While you’re out and about in Miami you might want to sample some of the local cuisine. Miami is well-known for its wide variety of restaurants, but if you’re not looking for something fancy, you might want to think about checking out some of the burger joints in the area. There are many burger joints in Miami, but I’ve listed below what I think are the best 5 in the city.
1 Five Guys
Possibly one of the best places to buy a burger is Five Guys which can be found at 3401 North Miami Ave. Suite 124. With eight burgers on the menu and a wide variety of toppings and other dishes available, Five Guys is possibly the best burger joint in Miami. You are sure to be able to find some tasty burgers right here, and with a bright and clean restaurant that’s open until the early evening, you can be sure you will enjoy your burger experience in a unique and classic eatery. [click to continue…]
When you are traveling abroad the last thing you want is to get into an auto collision. Whether you’ve been hit or you rear-end another car, most people don’t even know what to do next. Moreover, most insurance policies don’t cover rental cars in other countries. No matter where you are in the world there is always an appropriate way to respond when car accidents happen. It can be nerve racking and little scary, depending on how shaken up you are or if there are injuries, if you get into a car accident oversees, but here are some ways to handle it in the worst case scenario that it happens to you. [click to continue…]
There was a time when travel by air was considered a luxury and a privilege. These days it’s become old hat, and thanks to TSA regulations, many view this miracle of modern technology as nothing more than an anxiety-inducing hassle. However, there are some airports that do their best to reduce the stress of travelers and provide them with all of the food, entertainment, and conveniences they need to get through their ordeal without so much as a hiccup. Here are a few hubs you may want to consider when booking your next trip. [click to continue…]
If you thought domestic air travel was a pain in the neck, just wait until you plan a trip to an international destination. Not only do you have to show up at the airport an hour earlier and likely undergo more intensive bag searches and screening procedures (complete with long lines), but then there are plenty of additional challenges and potential threats to deal with. So if you’re putting together an overseas excursion and you want to be prepared for anything you might face at the airport, here are a few tips to help ensure smooth sailing, so to speak. [click to continue…]
If you live in Minnesota, you know how cold the winters can get. You may want to occasionally play outside in the snow, but after a while, it’s time to come in and warm up. But instead of hibernating in your house, why not get out and doing something fun and active? Here are six things you can do to say warm and active in Minnesota. [click to continue…]