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1. Little Havana: An area in Western Miami influenced by the culture of the city's large Cuban population.  
2. Cruise Capital of the World: A nickname for the Port of Miami, due to the brisk business of passenger cruises situated here.  
3. Gateway of the Americas, The: A nickname for Miami, in reference to the cultural and linguistic diversity of its population.  
4. SoBe: South Beach  
5. Magic City: A nickname for Miami  
6. Gateway to Latin America, The: Nickname for Miami  
7. City Under the Sun: Nickname for Miami  
8. Carnival Miami: The "Largest Party in the Hispanic Market", in February and March.  
9. Paraguero: A terrible driver.  
10. Chanx: Flip-flops. Origin: the Spanish word "chancletas", meaning sandals.  
11. Walt Disney World  
12. Epcot Center
13. Animal Kingdom®  
14. Sea World: Sea World is an aquatic adventure park with Orca, Sea Lion, and Dolphin shows, aquatic wildlife displays, roller...
15. Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge, The: The Villas are themed after the Resorts located in the Rocky Mountain national park geyser area. All units feature ...  
 
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Phrase describing those who frequent the shops and restaurants along South Congress Avenue and are way cooler than you.

No, this does not refer to messing your pants, rather it refers to a Kentucky delicacy. The Hot Brown is an open-faced sandwich of turkey and bacon, covered in Mornay sauce and baked or broiled until the bread is crisp and the sauce begins to brown. Many places...

A derogatory local nickname for Albany invoked by its more disenchanted residents.

1. Hafa Adai (pronounced "half a day") is "hello" in Guam's native Chamorro language. It's used more or less the same way as "aloha" is used as a greeting on the Hawaiian Islands.

2. Can also be close to "what's up" in its meaning. Just "hafa" is often used, but it's the informal usage.

Old cable cars that go up the side of Mt Washington