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Miami or the Keys in December?

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Hi All!

My family is headed on a Cruise out of Miami for Christmas and I am hoping to get some advice.

The details:
We are flying in on a Wednesday (arriving in the evening) and then boarding the cruise on the Sunday (mid-day). There are six of us with lots of luggage (chronic over-packers!). We have a variety of ages: 16, 19, 24, 26 and my parents.

Things we would like to do: rent bikes for an afternoon, go on a boat tour and the rest is up in the air!

We are debating staying in Miami for the 4 nights or splitting our time between Miami and somewhere in the Keys.

My parents have been to Miami once before (but did not have an amazing experience), the four of us children have never been.

What should we do?

Thanks so much!
Allie

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