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(04-13-2016 12:36 PM)Brosemite Wrote:  What do you mean by "over the bridge?" Sorry..haven't been to Miami yet, but would like to scope the city out when I get the chance.

A bridge connects Miami beach to Miami. Different cities, mayors, zip codes etc. Saying Miami BEach is in Miami is like saying Brooklyn is in Manhattan

I'll go one step further. There is a county in the state of Florida called Miami-Dade County, formally known simply as Dade County. Miami-Dade has an coastal area located in the eastern portion of it, which is known as the incorporated city of Miami Beach. The southern part of Miami Beach is known as South Beach, while the northern part of Miami Beach is known as North Beach. There is also an area called "North Miami Beach," which despite its name, is neither part of Miami Beach, nor a beach community. Don't ask me how it got its name. Parts of Miami-Dade which are not part of the city of Miami Beach include the city of Miami, unincorporated parts of Miami-Dade, and incorporated cities such as Hialeah and Coral Gables. Miami-Dade includes far more than just the cities of Miami Beach and Miami.
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Any hotels that have pools/pool parties that will allow non-guests to access (with or without a fee) ?
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anyone know of any?
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Your attitude is your entry ticket.

Try this line if you get stopped:

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(04-30-2016 06:37 PM)NextStop100 Wrote:  anyone know of any?

NextStop100 there are to many to list. Do you live down here or are you just visiting?

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Just visiting. Need some ideal spots to see.

I have mangos, Delano bar, high bar at dream, and rec room on my list so far. Wondering where else I should see.

I'm visiting solo so probably can't get into LIV, Story, etc.
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If you are into big nightclubs you might like Space

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Will have a one day layover in Miami with a rental car. Any good suggestions for a lunch spot in say Coral Gables where I could walk around to check out talent?

And what is the parking situation like in South Beach if I wanted to stop by there?

Thanks!

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When I am in Miami I am blown away by the talent on Tinder. It has to be the best of any city in the US, outside of LA. Question for the players in Miami; are you constantly getting these hotties in Miami? Your perspective may be skewed, as we dont have it quite as good as you there. But are you players in Miami constantly swimming in the Biscayne Bay sized pool of 8's, 9's and 10's you see on Tinder in the 305?
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Interesting day in Miami. Had a one day layover recently so here's how it went:

After dropping off my bags for my evening flight, I started the morning picking up my rental car from Hertz. Tip: Do not buy insurance from Priceline.com as it will not be the same as the insurance offered at front desk by actual rental company.

Get a call from Off the Reservation to hang out. Unfortunately, Bootyhuntah was out of town so did not get to catch up with him as well.

Started off in Coral Gables at Miracle Mile extracting money from the Bank of America on Ponce de Leon (HORRIBLE SERVICE). I decided to park my car there for one hour (max limit) & walked around. You definitely have these jaded sunburnt people meandering the streets much like you see in Vegas. Difference is its hard to find hotties in the Vegas suburbs as a hot Latina would cross my path for every weird Florida person I saw in Miami. I found people talkative & friendly for the most part.

First approach was a Latina holding a Kaplan English book. Instinct was to ask if she studied in Spanish. Turns out, she was a cute hottie from Salvador da Bahia so switched to Brazilian Portuguese. There's apparently a trolley that goes around taking people for free. Got the number.

One of my buddies referred to Coral Gables as more of a Latin version of Highland Park being in Dallas. I'd have to agree with that statement.

Then met Off the Reservation where we had a good time eating lunch and drinking coffee. There's definitely some talent walking around Panther Coffee in Wynwood and nearby establishments though it supposedly should've been more if not for the heat (according to OTR). Funny dude who was a good wingman & very conversational. After leaving OTR, I walked by Freshii and conversed with some Russian gals. They recommended Sunny Isles Beach as it possesses arguably the best waters in Miami Beach but also indicated the Russian people there were a bit snobby & not reflective of their breed in general.

While driving to Sunny Isles/North Beach I came across the Miami Design District (looked ritzy and up & coming), and then this post came to mind...

(04-13-2016 01:56 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  I'll go one step further. There is a county in the state of Florida called Miami-Dade County, formally known simply as Dade County. Miami-Dade has an coastal area located in the eastern portion of it, which is known as the incorporated city of Miami Beach. The southern part of Miami Beach is known as South Beach, while the northern part of Miami Beach is known as North Beach. There is also an area called "North Miami Beach," which despite its name, is neither part of Miami Beach, nor a beach community. Don't ask me how it got its name. Parts of Miami-Dade which are not part of the city of Miami Beach include the city of Miami, unincorporated parts of Miami-Dade, and incorporated cities such as Hialeah and Coral Gables. Miami-Dade includes far more than just the cities of Miami Beach and Miami.

Makes perfect sense as North Miami Beach is on the mainland and not a part of the island known as Miami Beach. I even think Florida International University (FIU) is even located in North Miami Beach too. Looked like an interesting city with cheaper gas stations & more of your cheaper chain fast food joints.

I got to Sunny Isles via 163rd street/Sunny Isles Blvd. connecting mainland to Miami Beach. Made a quick right to park in the shopping center for free while lying about going to Aroma Coffee for "coffee and food." It wasn't an outright lie as I did buy shit there but walked to the beach afterwards.

There..I saw some things I had never dealt with in the past. A topless Russian girl. Older Russian ladies who were a bit standoff-ish & realized it maybe had something to do with them living in Toronto. Maybe I was a bit unfair since it was a slow Wednesday before Memorial Day weekend, but the Russian gals I've met in NYC, Asia, or in Russia were typically hotter than ones I encountered in Miami thus far. I'd say the waters here in Sunny Isles were much clearer than the waters in the adjacent North Beach.

Afterwards, drove there as parking was a pain in the ass. Took forever to find something. Anybody got good tips for parking in North Beach (or Miami Beach in general)? I did eat some good tacos at a food truck called "Nacho Bizness" near the boardwalk and restaurant areas of North Beach. Good vibe of an early evening.

Didn't have time to check out South Beach unfortunately as I had a flight to catch back home. I did however enjoy driving past the residential areas in Miami Beach with actual homes possessing backyards and front lawns. The last kick in the nuts however was pumping gas with cash and forgetting to get a receipt. Apparently, Hertz charges drivers that do not show gas receipts upon return ($13.99). Not really that much, but it's the principal that irked me.

I apologize for a long post really about nothing. However, my one day in Miami was a special one & could totally envision myself coming back here for visits...maybe to live if I'm lucky enough haha. Thanks to Off the Reservation once again for the great tips & inviting me out to lunch/coffee.

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(05-27-2016 12:56 AM)Brosemite Wrote:  Interesting day in Miami. Had a one day layover recently so here's how it went:

After dropping off my bags for my evening flight, I started the morning picking up my rental car from Hertz. Tip: Do not buy insurance from Priceline.com as it will not be the same as the insurance offered at front desk by actual rental company.

Get a call from Off the Reservation to hang out. Unfortunately, Bootyhuntah was out of town so did not get to catch up with him as well.

Started off in Coral Gables at Miracle Mile extracting money from the Bank of America on Ponce de Leon (HORRIBLE SERVICE). I decided to park my car there for one hour (max limit) & walked around. You definitely have these jaded sunburnt people meandering the streets much like you see in Vegas. Difference is its hard to find hotties in the Vegas suburbs as a hot Latina would cross my path for every weird Florida person I saw in Miami. I found people talkative & friendly for the most part.

First approach was a Latina holding a Kaplan English book. Instinct was to ask if she studied in Spanish. Turns out, she was a cute hottie from Salvador da Bahia so switched to Brazilian Portuguese. There's apparently a trolley that goes around taking people for free. Got the number.

One of my buddies referred to Coral Gables as more of a Latin version of Highland Park being in Dallas. I'd have to agree with that statement.

Then met Off the Reservation where we had a good time eating lunch and drinking coffee. There's definitely some talent walking around Panther Coffee in Wynwood and nearby establishments though it supposedly should've been more if not for the heat (according to OTR). Funny dude who was a good wingman & very conversational. After leaving OTR, I walked by Freshii and conversed with some Russian gals. They recommended Sunny Isles Beach as it possesses arguably the best waters in Miami Beach but also indicated the Russian people there were a bit snobby & not reflective of their breed in general.

While driving to Sunny Isles/North Beach I came across the Miami Design District (looked ritzy and up & coming), and then this post came to mind...

(04-13-2016 01:56 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  I'll go one step further. There is a county in the state of Florida called Miami-Dade County, formally known simply as Dade County. Miami-Dade has an coastal area located in the eastern portion of it, which is known as the incorporated city of Miami Beach. The southern part of Miami Beach is known as South Beach, while the northern part of Miami Beach is known as North Beach. There is also an area called "North Miami Beach," which despite its name, is neither part of Miami Beach, nor a beach community. Don't ask me how it got its name. Parts of Miami-Dade which are not part of the city of Miami Beach include the city of Miami, unincorporated parts of Miami-Dade, and incorporated cities such as Hialeah and Coral Gables. Miami-Dade includes far more than just the cities of Miami Beach and Miami.

Makes perfect sense as North Miami Beach is on the mainland and not a part of the island known as Miami Beach. I even think Florida International University (FIU) is even located in North Miami Beach too. Looked like an interesting city with cheaper gas stations & more of your cheaper chain fast food joints.

I got to Sunny Isles via 163rd street/Sunny Isles Blvd. connecting mainland to Miami Beach. Made a quick right to park in the shopping center for free while lying about going to Aroma Coffee for "coffee and food." It wasn't an outright lie as I did buy shit there but walked to the beach afterwards.

There..I saw some things I had never dealt with in the past. A topless Russian girl. Older Russian ladies who were a bit standoff-ish & realized it maybe had something to do with them living in Toronto. Maybe I was a bit unfair since it was a slow Wednesday before Memorial Day weekend, but the Russian gals I've met in NYC, Asia, or in Russia were typically hotter than ones I encountered in Miami thus far. I'd say the waters here in Sunny Isles were much clearer than the waters in the adjacent North Beach.

Afterwards, drove there as parking was a pain in the ass. Took forever to find something. Anybody got good tips for parking in North Beach (or Miami Beach in general)? I did eat some good tacos at a food truck called "Nacho Bizness" near the boardwalk and restaurant areas of North Beach. Good vibe of an early evening.

Didn't have time to check out South Beach unfortunately as I had a flight to catch back home. I did however enjoy driving past the residential areas in Miami Beach with actual homes possessing backyards and front lawns. The last kick in the nuts however was pumping gas with cash and forgetting to get a receipt. Apparently, Hertz charges drivers that do not show gas receipts upon return ($13.99). Not really that much, but it's the principal that irked me.

I apologize for a long post really about nothing. However, my one day in Miami was a special one & could totally envision myself coming back here for visits...maybe to live if I'm lucky enough haha. Thanks to Off the Reservation once again for the great tips & inviting me out to lunch/coffee.

Welcome back any time.

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Awesome thread. I just decided I am moving to Miami yesterday and will use this as one my main resources when deciding where to stay.

I am arriving July 19th. Look forward to living here. Dale!
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I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?
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(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

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(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

Michigan
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(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

Michigan

I know this is a bit off-topic, but is Troy good for quality girls? I've met some real quality girls from there and have been really surprised every time.
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(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

Michigan

I know this is a bit off-topic, but is Troy good for quality girls? I've met some real quality girls from there and have been really surprised every time.

Don't want to derail, so you can PM for details after I make this post. I'll say that the quality is really high for Arab girls and pretty decent for straight White girls. The real quality girls tend to congregate at Kona Grill and Mon Jin Lau which are Asian Fusion restaurants and also at Somerset Mall, which is the most upscale mall in Michigan.

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(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

Michigan

I know this is a bit off-topic, but is Troy good for quality girls? I've met some real quality girls from there and have been really surprised every time.

I have seen some gems in Sommerset shopping mall. I doubt the place is good for players since everything is just spread out. Your best bet would be near college towns such as Mount Pleasant (CMU), East Lansing, and Ann Arbor.
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One of the girls from Troy was exactly my type and I met her at a certain venue that some guy who may or may not still be here (not G) kept saying was horrible. I still have her number and may look her up if I ever go there.
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I was in South Beach last year in spring, for 3 days, doing daygame.
The first two days we mainly tried our luck at Lincoln Road, which was ok.
We later figured out that the best spot was actually Ocean Drive itself (for example at the corner of 8th street). We just hung out besides the little stone wall on the beach side of Ocean Drive. There you can check out the girls coming from or going to the beach. You see them early, you see if they are alone/ who else is in their group and you have lot's of time and space to approach before they vanish.
If things go well you have lot's of options to take them on an instant date. If things don't go well, no harm done, because they'll walk off Ocean Drive or to the beach, i.e. they won't see you hitting on the next girl going to the beach.
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(07-09-2016 09:59 PM)Off The Reservation Wrote:  
(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

Michigan

low wage and high costs are true on average but a lot has to do with what you want to be doing rather than the averages. People do come here and "make it" sometimes.

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(07-10-2016 01:14 AM)djk100 Wrote:  
(07-09-2016 09:59 PM)Off The Reservation Wrote:  
(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

Michigan

low wage and high costs are true on average but a lot has to do with what you want to be doing rather than the averages. People do come here and "make it" sometimes.

I've actually heard far more Miami success stories than failure stories. I've seen and met losers who showed up there with no plan at all and failed miserably. I've also met people who arrived from Cuba or some other country with nothing and are now insanely wealthy. There's only so much you can do about mental illness, but avoid drugs, credit cards and other kinds of debt, illegitimate children, useless, scammer people, both men and women, and the odds will be in your favor. How many people in any city and country avoid all of thise things?
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(07-09-2016 08:41 PM)djk100 Wrote:  I wish I could move to Miami but the thing Im keep hearing about is the low wage jobs and high cost of living. Did you had any job lined up ?

move from where?

Michigan

low wage and high costs are true on average but a lot has to do with what you want to be doing rather than the averages. People do come here and "make it" sometimes.

I've actually heard far more Miami success stories than failure stories. I've seen and met losers who showed up there with no plan at all and failed miserably. I've also met people who arrived from Cuba or some other country with nothing and are now insanely wealthy. There's only so much you can do about mental illness, but avoid drugs, credit cards and other kinds of debt, illegitimate children, useless, scammer people, both men and women, and the odds will be in your favor. How many people in any city and country avoid all of thise things?

Well said. I experienced more opportunities because of being here. Had I spent the same amount of time in a smaller place with less going on I would not have come up with the idea for my business nor been able to try it. Access to successful people and /or people you can admire, people who have achieved something you are interested in, are place dependent concepts.

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(07-09-2016 04:59 PM)Sly Wrote:  Awesome thread. I just decided I am moving to Miami yesterday and will use this as one my main resources when deciding where to stay.

I am arriving July 19th. Look forward to living here. Dale!

Did you make it?

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Sly is so busy pulling in Miami he doesnt have time to update us.

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