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    We are looking to do a long weekend trip in Miami. Can someone recommend a good hotel and area for family with teenagers? Any attractions you can recommend as well? We were thinking of doing the Miami see aquarium. Thank you for your help!
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    No hotel info at this point. But plan to go to the Miami Food & Wine Festival that is held in February.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minnie-mouse View Post
    We are looking to do a long weekend trip in Miami. Can someone recommend a good hotel and area for family with teenagers? Any attractions you can recommend as well? We were thinking of doing the Miami see aquarium. Thank you for your help!
    For the teens I'd probably try to find something right near the beach so they can wander around that area. South Beach of course would give them the most to wander around and look at, or if you're more conservative about letting them off on their own you could look for a place on Key Biscayne. That's got the beaches without the extra South Beach stuff.

    The Seaquarium isn't bad, you might also consider Venetian Pool in Coral Gables, I think that's one teenagers would enjoy.

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