How Sweet It Is!
, level 2 (just past security checkpoint)
Miami and Miami Beach, with the abundant sunshine, blue skies, sporting activities, the warm Atlantic Ocean, and close proximity to other playgrounds in Palm Beach, Cuba and the Bahamas, fast became the choice winter destination for the rich and famous. Starting in the late 1920s, the construction of luxury oceanfront hotels, and the glamour and ease of air travel courtesy of Pan American jets greatly increased South Florida’s allure. From the collection of The Archives and Research Center, HistoryMiami.
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