Aw I knew you guys would all come back for part 2 🙂 and sadly the final part…
If you missed MIAMI part 1, fear not just click HERE
See, and just like that you’re all caught up!
After dinner at Havana 1957, Andrew and I were frolicking around the town; mind you we were exhausted from being out in the sun all day, I was burnt and still sick, but the night was young. We did some quick research and found out that this museum was open till midnight so Andrew and I always being simpatico with one another ubered on over to….
The thing with Miami is you can drive through areas and not know whether you’re in a safe or “sketchy” area…needless to say, the area that Wynwood Walls was in seemed sketchy but the plethora of hipsters moseying around made us feel better.
Anyways, such an incredible place, the art gallery was mind blowing. And again, I thank OnAnotherCoast for this suggestion 🙂
I give serious kudos to artists and their genius creative minds. I always wonder how they even come up with their ideas, the mere little details in everything is so relevant yet we have no idea what it all means.
THE NEXT MORNING
We woke up and decided to Yelp some breakfast places. As we were scrolling through, I laid eyes on a place called O’ My Buns! And the first picture the came up was this beautiful delicious mouth watering looking waffle.
And before you know it, here we stood…
And this laid out in front of me… I got a Green Tea Waffle (yes, Green tea) with nutella, strawberries & bananas.
Andrew got a similar one but a plain waffle chocolate drizzle, strawberries & bananas, and the guy gave him a complementary cup of ice cream because supposedly it’s the best to eat it altogether like that- he wasn’t kidding! YUM and YUM.
The weather was even hotter this day than the last so we of course had to go back to the beach for round 2
We got lunch at another Cuban restaurant called Moreno’s
The ambiance was unlike anything I’ve seen; a very beachy, small, authentic feel. Andrew said that this place is very similar to how it would be in Cuba. I personally loved it…
Idek what I ordered, but I loved it.
And then we were onto our next adventure!
The Perez Art Museum
Another compelling art museum. Every single thing showcased in that museum I just wanted to know what the thought process was behind all of it. I was amazed.
The majority of what I captured here were videos of things. A lot of it was interactive which is my personal favorite because my inner 5 year old loves to touch everything.
The best part of this museum was that it oversaw the Biscayne Bay
There’s a beautiful park that you can walk through that aligns with the water, beautiful.
We were standing there for a little bit, and I kept seeing a dolphin pop out of the water. So I told Andrew and he was in complete disbelief “You didn’t see a dolphin, there’s no dolphins”…. 3 seconds later, the dolphin popped back up. #thatswhatithought
They don’t call them the Miami Dolphins for nothing 😉
And if you follow the trail it brings you to this pathway
And to the left of it is the American Airlines Arena. They also, don’t just call them the Miami Heat for nothing….it was scorching out.
This was the end of that adventure, we headed back to the hotel so shower andd watch the Patriots kick some butt 😉 We Goin’ To The SUPERBOWL!
I’m so entirely grateful for Andrew and our trip to Miami. Incredible experience, awesome beach weather, a lot of site seeing, and miscellaneous adventures. And now on to the next place 🙂
Thanks for reading everyone!!!