Just wondering if someone could explain South Beach to me. I was there for a very short time twice, and both times, wound up on a main ave (A1A?) across from the ocean, with alot of tourists walking up and down the strip, and tourist-y restaurants. What am I missing? Are there different sections? I'm not very into the tourist-y, glamorous people-watching scene. Am I barking up the wrong tree with South Beach? If so, can you suggest any other spots nearby that may be a bit more laid back? Hope I explained this well! Thank you!
FL in Nov.
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