Assignment On The Nightlife

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Miami's Nightlife Miami's nightlife is a reason it is a great place to live. Miami has tourists flocking in because its nightlife is considered one of the best. From three story nightclubs with fluorescent and black lights with three major bars and over 10 individual bars where there's fog everywhere with big loud speakers. People sweating and dancing with all variety ...view middle of the document...

And expensive and inexpensive restaurants with great service, great food, and great people in a variety of food types varying in all different foods from different countries. The beach is even a good place at night to hang out or to go to a random beach party where everyone is invited. There's the boardwalk where performers out there trying to make money doing tricks or dancing. There are also cafes to go to hang out and listen to people performing songs or reading poetry. Miami also have romantic restaurants that only open for dinner with fine cusines with great service. There are also live free concerts on the beach with all different kinds of music being played. Then on special occasions Miami will have firecracker shows going out through the whole night. These are the several reasons why Miami's nightlife is reason enough to move and live down in Miami.

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