What to do in Miami When the Weather Doesn’t Cooperate
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Drinks in hand, we passed the little tent with live music playing and checked out all the stores – there was everything from crocs, to clothes, to jewelry to choose from. What is great about this mall is that it is outdoors but covered, so you are protected from both the sun and the rain, while still getting to enjoy being outside. After a bit of shopping, we started to get hungry. There are many restaurants here to choose from, or you can make your way to the food court. I must say the food in the food court is some of the fanciest I’ve seen in a “mall”. Take a look –
After lunch, we made our way to the Skyviews Observation Wheel, which I was too chicken to get on, but looked really cool.
The Frost Museum is HUGE . There is so much to do that you can easily spend your entire day there and still not see everything. There are six different exhibitions: A three level Aquarium; a Planetarium; Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs , where you “enter the world of the largest flying animals that ever existed”; Power of Science, where you can “explore how science pushed the boundaries of possibility as you learn about groundbreaking research and discoveries”; Feathers to the Stars, where you “follow the story of flight”; and the MeLab, where you explore the amazing ways body and mind work together”.
Unfortunately for us, the Planetarium was closed the day we went, but there was still plenty to do and explore. We got to pet starfish, see all kinds of underwater sea creatures, and simulate flying – both like a Pterodactyl and in a plane. And everywhere we went were cool replicas of dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures.