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121. Sopa de Pollo: Spanish chicken soup  
122. Pan Cubano: A type of white and crusty Cuban bread that roughly resembles a baguette in shape.  
123. Tostada: A regional (Cuban) method of toasting and in the process, flattening bread on a grill with plenty of butter.  
124. Palomilla: A Cuban version of the American minute-steak/Philly cheesesteak minus the cheese, served with onions and parsley, a...  
125. Joe's Stone Crab: This landmark Biscayune restaurant has been around since 1913 and is only open during the stone crab season.  
126. Shorty's BBQ: A local rib joint, serving up traditional barbeque fare for over 50 years now.  
127. Mac's Club Deuce Bar: The oldest bar in the Miami Beach area, since 1926, and still quite popular.  
128. Absinthe House Cinemas: An independent cinema in Coral Gables.  
129. Tobacco Road: A local music joint since 1912, that still attracts live music and fans with its roadhouse ambiance.  
130. Tri-Rail: Miami's commuter train system, also running to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, and all relevant airports.  
131. Jones College: a private college located in the city of Jacksonville, Florida.  
132. Pochismo: Pochismo is a type of "Spanglish" spoken in Miami. In Miami, most of the Spanish influence in pochismo comes from C...  
133. 3D: 3D was the nickname for Dennis Scott, a great three-point shooter for the 1994-1995 Orlando Magic team that reached...  
134. Air France: "Air France" is the nickname for The Orlando Magic's Mickael Pietrus, a native of Guadeloupe and a citizen of Franc...  
135. Baby Jordan: Baby Jordan was the nickname given (prematurely) to Harold Miner during his rookie season with the Miami Heat. He w...  
 
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A West-Side Manhattan neighborhood that at one time, was just what its name suggests. However, since the 1990s it has somehow managed to evolve into a hip and fashionable place to be, complete with an active nightlife and many trendy nightclubs.

The 13th step of the State Capitol Building (on the west side) happens to be situated exactly one mile (5280 feet) above sea level.

Gypsy cab is the word for the black town cars that roam the boroughs looking for people who need a ride. If you are standing at the curb, they might pull up to see if you need a cab. In certain parts of the city (the Bronx, parts of Brooklyn, etc.) it is rare to find a yellow cab on duty (unless they just dropped someone off and are headed back to Manhattan), so you need to either call for a car company, or rely on gypsy cabs. It is recommended...

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