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Miami. Taylor Allen June 3, 2010 Period: 6. Table of Contents. Climate of Miami How to get to Miami Hotels Food & Dining What to pack Feature Photos. Climate of Miami!. Miami, FL has a sub-tropical climate with hot and humid summers and very dry winters.
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Miami Taylor Allen June 3, 2010 Period: 6
Table of Contents • Climate of Miami • How to get to Miami • Hotels • Food & Dining • What to pack • Feature Photos
Climate of Miami! • Miami, FL has a sub-tropical climate with hot and humid summers and very dry winters. • The winter months of December through February are the driest, still receive plenty of sunshine, and have a very pleasant temperature in the high sixties and mid-seventies, although it can get into the eighties. • June thru Sept are the hottest months but also the wettest months with around eight inches of rain per month. With this much rain it's probably no surprise that Miami is one of the countries most humid cities
How to get to Miami! • The easiest & fastest way to get to Miami is flying. • Delta: $348 per person • American Airlines: $432 per person • Air Tran Airlines: $462 per person • US Airways: $488.00per person • United Airlines: $925.50 per person
Hotels • Prime Hotel Claremont • $94.68 per night • Air-conditioned, indoor heated pool, fitness center and WIFI and wireless thru out the whole hotel. • Five minutes away from Miami beach • Canyon Ranch Hotel • $450 per night ocean view • Spa, fitness and wellness services, indoor climbing wall, whirl pool, and a movie theather. • Beach is right behind hotel.
Main Attractions The main attractions of Miami is going is the beach and a lot of people loves to swim with the dolphins or Sightseeing tour
What to pack! Sun glasses Shorts/jeans Sun Screen Bathing suit Tank tops/shirts Flip Flops/shoes Beach towels Light Jacket Underclothing Body Wash