Starting the day, we stop at the famous Miami Beach coastline at 85th Street Beach. The location of the beach is noteworthy in that it adjoins a picturesque park where you can take a jog or walk. The beach itself is a rather long coastline, the coast is always clean, lifeguards are on duty every 100 meters.
Not so often we come across good Mediterranean restaurants on our way, but Mandolin Aegean Bistro is just such a place. The main feature of this cuisine is the freshness of the ingredients, because it directly affects the taste of the dishes. Mandolin Aegean Bistro is especially popular with fish dishes and salads, and if you are a seafood lover like me, you will definitely like grilled octopus.
Regatta Park is a place where you can take a walk in any weather. On a hot day, you can easily hide in the shade of trees from the heat. In addition, benches, playgrounds and sports grounds are equipped in the park, and people often play football on the greened lawn. Also, various public events, including concerts and festivals, sometimes take place here.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is an organization whose main goal is to preserve nature and educate people. There are unique plant samples, a special microclimate and paths and benches equipped for walking and relaxing in the park. Also in the garden, art exhibitions and concerts are often held in designated areas.
Spa at Eden Roc is a relaxation center that offers many leisure services, including fitness and spa. Here you can enjoy wellness treatments, and then relax on the terrace with views of the ocean or city. There is also a restaurant where you can choose from several culinary trends.
The day is coming to an end, and on the way to the hotel we've met a restaurant of Latin American cuisine. Perhaps, few would refuse to take salmon ceviche or fried pork with mojo sauce for dinner. And personally, I liked the beef with Churrasco sauce. Those who are not driving can consult a local sommelier on a selection of wines.