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61. Congri: Rice and beans cooked together.  
62. Maduros: Fried plantains  
63. Paella: Seafood and rice dish.  
64. Cafecito: Cuban coffee  
65. Coconut Grove Arts Festival: One of the nation's premier outdoor arts festivals occurs in February in the Coconut Grove area.  
66. Casa Casaurina: 1114 Ocean Drive, the three-story Spanish-Mediterranean palace and former home of the late Gianni Versace.  
67. Temple Emanu El Synagogue: A large Temple at the intersection of Washington Ave. and 17th Street in the South Beach area of Miami.  
68. Miami Beach Convention Center: This large convention center often hosts huge car and boat shows.  
69. Eden Roc: The Eden Roc Hotel and Resort at 4525 Collins Ave, a notable 1950s-era resort.  
70. Hurricane Season: June-November, officially.  
71. Graves Museum: Graves Museum of Archeology and Natural History in Dania, Florida.  
72. Nation's Bank Tower: A neon-lit highlight of the Miami skyline.  
73. Miami River: The river that flows through downtown Miami from the Everglades into the Port of Miami.  
74. Birckell Ave Bridge: Crosses the Miami River.  
75. Biscayune Bay: A 35-mile long lagoon, part of which forms the boundary between the Miami and Miami Beach areas.  
 
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The Ill Mill is a nickname for Milwaukee used by the younger crowd. It's more often used in an endearing way than a derogatory one.

Take a left (while driving).

A nickname for the Allen's Landing area, the place where August C. and John K. Allen stepped ashore in 1836 and staked claim in the city of Houston.

A reference to the Detroit Red Wings hockey team when they lose.

The official catchphrase for Bardstown, the "Napa Valley of Bourbon".