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Running in Miami


If you’re training for a half marathon like the one we proposed for 24th October in Miami Beach, you can start demonstrating a good time for 10K Key Biscayne next 4th October

Route starts and finishes at the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park.  Runners race surrounded by lush tropical landscapes and superior ocean views.

You can always chose a singular, unique place to stay at rent4days properties in Miami Beach

Miami Halloween Marathon


Do you enjoy sports?
Do you like running?
I want to propose you a special Halloween
You can’t miss the Halloween half marathon in Miami Beach,you will have true fun. Perhaps you won’t achieve your personal best time, but I will ensure that you have a good time! All finishers receive a signature Halloween themed
medal. The event is known for us its top notch medals!
The courses for the Miami Beach Halloween Half Marathon were designed to provide signature and picturesque views! Some of the highlights include running along the 395 Causeway with views of the cruise ships and water,South Pointe Park, Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road Mall, the Beach Walk, and the Atlantic Ocean! Many points along the routes feature waterfront views. There will be aid stations at approximately each mile of both courses. The stations will feature both water and an electrolyte beverage, along with our cheering volunteers! Additionally, medical support will be riding bikes
throughout the course. There will be tents at the Finish Line that feature food, water, electrolyte beverages, and medical support. 
When you finish, we will have a post party all together, I say all together   because rent4days Miami is participating in this running, the party will beheld at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, conveniently located within walking distance from the finish line. All participants are invited to the Post Race Party, which will begin at 8:30 am and last until 11:30. All award ceremonies and festivities will take place at Nikki Beach
Don’t forget to wear your costume while running!!

South Florida’s Unique Travel Destinations

South Florida’s Unique Travel Destinations

One of the perks of visiting Miami is the freedom of not being confined to a single city or destination. Miami’s location on the southernmost point of Florida’s peninsula gives travelers the chance to visit attractions as far west as The Everglades, south to the Florida Keys, north to the Palm Beaches, even west to the Bahamas. At 927 Jefferson Suites, we can help you plan and organize a wonderful day trip to some of South Florida’s most unique travel destinations.

The most popular destinations in South Florida are the following:

Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park truly the most unique day trip you can plan when visiting South Florida. Travelers have the chance to view wildlife that is only found in The Everglades, by means of airboat tours. On these exhilarating airboat tours, you will definitely see hundreds of alligators, beautiful bird species, and fish native to the Everglades, such as the Alligator Gar.

When visiting The Everglades, check out the Alligator Farm located in Homestead, Fl.

The Florida Keys

South of Florida’s mainland in an island chain known as The Florida Keys. The Keys are a tranquil paradise with world class fishing, diving, snorkeling, and marine attractions. The closest key to Miami is Key Largo. Key Largo is home to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, where you have the rare chance to explore a living reef. Afraid of going in the water? No problem, Pennekamp offers glass bottom boat tours, so you can enjoy the beauty of the reef from a safe vantage point above the waves.

The Florida Keys is also home to the southernmost point of the United States. Located in Key West, the southernmost point is just 90 miles from Havana, Cuba. Key West is known for its laid back party atmosphere. After a day of drinking tropical concoctions on Duval Street, you can view the spectacular sunset from Mallory Square

Palm Beach

Palm Beach is located just 70 miles north of Miami. It’s one of the most affluent, and prestigious areas in all of South Florida. While visiting Palm Beach, you can play a round of golf at world renowned golf courses, shop at high end fashion boutiques, or dine at elegant restaurants.

The Bahamas

Visiting the Bahamas is truly a unique experience only available in Miami. Just across Biscayne Bay from Miami Beach, visitors can go to Port Miami and sail on the Resorts World Bimini Superfast, and be at the Bahamas within 3 hours. For an affordable rice under $100, you can wake up in Miami, and spend the afternoon relaxing on the soft sand of the Bahamian beaches.

Miami Skyline on the Raise

Miami Skyline on the Raise
Miami Skyline on the Raise

Miami Skyline on the Raise, it has changed drastically over the past 10 years. During the real estate bubble of the mid to late 2000’s, downtown condo buildings were rising quicker than the summer temperatures. Soon the ever expanding skyline will have a few new additions to it in the form of the stunning Miami Worldcenter.

The Miami Worldcenter is slated to be located just west of Biscayne Boulevard, across from the American Airlines Arena, Bayside, and the Freedom Tower. It’s said that it will be “city within a city”, with an expansive high-end shopping mall, a 1,800 room hotel, a convention center, parking garages, and 4.5 acres of outdoor space.

Miami’s exuberant lifestyle and personality is the perfect fit for the Worldcenter’s extravagance and grandeur. The modernization and growth of downtown Miami is great for the city.

As a native Miamian, who has seen the city shape itself from a dangerous narco-wasteland, into a world-class metropolis, I can’t help but wonder what the Miami’s downtown skyline will look like 10 years from now.

Where to go?


Key Biscayne is a tropical paradise, both visitor and residential friendly. This serene neighborhood just over the bridge from the busiest parts of Miami is island living at its best. What would island living be without endless options for ways to spend time on the water? Spend a warm, breezy day outside on the waters of Biscayne Bay aboard a catamaran, sail boat, or luxury yacht. Go kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding, or explore the underwater world with a snorkel, mask and fins.

Keep your eyes open for dolphins, manta rays, sea turtles and manatees, starfish and more.By boat enjoy Key Biscayne Sandbar, Nixon’s Cove, Mashta Flats, Cape Florida Lighthouse, a paradise for water lovers

Miami is Not Just a Party City

MiamiOnly party in Miami?! Miami is Not Just a Party City.

Miami is eclectic, eccentric, energetic, and has a little something for everyone. Personally, I’m a lover of opera, and this wonderful city has plenty to offer. The main opera house in Miami is, undoubtedly, the Adrienne Arsht Center located just across MacArthur Causeway, home to the most prestigious international performers. However, I have special appreciation to those shown at the Colony Theatre, in South Beach.

The Colony Theatre offers guests affordable prices. While visiting the Colony, you can enjoy the romantic atmosphere that the years have given to this historic landmark. It’s an Art Deco building dating back to 1936, it has since been remodeled to modernize its acoustics and stage, and all while preserving the historic decor. At show-time, you can choose from opera, jazz, tango, cinema festival at

The Colony.

At first, the Colony was built as a cinema, but was later converted to a live theatre. It was built only a decade after 927 Jefferson Suites. Surely, the family who owned 927 Jefferson Suites enjoyed this beautiful theatre, since it’s only seven blocks away, just a 10 minute walk away.

I highly recommend taking a walk down Lincoln Road. It’s something you must do when visiting South Beach. Lincoln Road Mall is an outdoor shopping mall with high-end store, restaurants, bars, and of course, the Colony Theatre.

After the watching a wonderful performance at The Colony, you could walk right across the street and have a delicious dinner at Juvia, where you can experience one of the best views of Miami Beach

After dinner, and perhaps a cocktail or two, you can enjoy a relaxing walk back to

927 Jefferson Suites to enjoy a quiet and relaxing night’s rest.

For a list of shows and ticket prices, you can visit www.colonytheatremiamibeach.com, and for menu items and pricing you can visit www.juviamiami.com



There’s nothing quite as Miami as spending an entire day making pictures of yourself on a boat. But taking all those selfies works up a powerful hunger, so as your day on the water progresses, we’ll take you from the Miami River up to the North and tell you the best restaurants to tie up and tie one on.


Great views and fabulous food in Key Biscayne paradise, you can see some famous people like Juanes or Andy García there


It’s amazing how for 50 years, this place managed to serve possibly the best, freshest seafood in Miami, cold beers, and a stunning view of the Miami River and never refused service to anyone because they weren’t wearing designer sunglasses. Perhaps the next-door neighbors could take a lesson. Garcia’s still managed to serve the freshest seafood in Miami, with its fresh-off-the boat specialties plated with a breathtaking view of… corpses and boats full of mattresses. But now the river — and the surrounding neighborhood — has cleaned up so you can enjoy what’s STILL the freshest seafood in Miami.


Though not the institution that its next-door neighbor Garcia’s is, the seafood at Casablanca is every bit as good, and the menu even a little more upscale with items like its signature crab-stuffed lobster and a raw bar with an impressive collection of ceviches and tiraditos. They’ve also got a seafood market inside, if you feel like grabbing something to take back on the boat with you.


If you’re the one who actually OWNS the boat — or one of the girls tagging along — this is THE boat-up go-to for Sunday brunch. If not? Well the $125 price tag that comes with Zuma’s legendary boozy brunch might be a little out of your… oh wait, never mind. It’s Miami.


While Miami Beach is severely lacking when it comes to boat-up dining, the saving grace is this restaurant at The Standard, where you’ll get some of the best fries in the city, which you can wash down with half-priced drinks from 4-7pm daily. And if a day in a bathing suit makes you hungry for something other than grease and alcohol, its menu of spa cuisine is also among Miami’s best.


Remember when your mom used to tell you to stay out of the pool for, like, a week after you ate? That’s especially important advice to heed here, where you’ll be stuffed with the best bar menu in South Florida, then given 2-for-1-drinks all day, every day. Both are things that don’t mix well with a swimming pool, which its also got on the patio along with more flat screens than you can possibly watch.


If burgers that come with an instant side of Lipitor aren’t exactly what you’re craving after a long day on the water, right next to Duffy’s is this spot, which serves a Mediterranean-inspired menu with lighter fare like the truffle tuna roll and the whole grilled branzino. And while smoking a stogie on your boat is never a bad idea, they’ve also got an adjacent hookah and cigar lounge for after dinner.


Just don’t confuse it with the Bimini Bay CLUB, because that’s a dive bar that shows pornos on the TV, and even worse has nowhere to tie up your boat. This place, however, is the best restaurant on a canal in one of the world’s best canal cities, where you can get fresh seafood and steaks, right before the 17th St Bridge.


There’s really nothing worse than being four hours into your boating day, drifting all the way up to Oakland Park, and suddenly realizing, “Oh crap! I’m missing the World Logrolling Championships on Spike!” But don’t worry! Bokampers has you covered with 350ft of dock space, 150 flat screens, and even a full sushi bar to keep you energized so you can watch those high-intensity log rolls.


Hands down the best new waterfront restaurant to open in Broward in the past year, here an all-star team of chefs made up of Nader “Ned” Jaouhar, Kareem Lakchira, and Andy Patton have created the most surprisingly tasty menu you’ll find on the Intercoastal. Anywhere. Like it might be the only time in your life you say, “It’s worth going to Pompano.” Try the Moroccan meatballs, then move on the greatest use of snack food you’ll ever see — the Cheetos-crusted catch of the day.

Miami By The Sea

Miami By The Sea. Miami is a city with water all around; from Miami Beach to Biscayne Boulevard; Key Biscayne to the Keys.

There are many places you can visit with by boat, rather than by car. You have the options of excellent tours of Biscayne Bay. Boat tours can guide you from South Beach to North Miami Beach, Star Island, Monument Island, Haulover Beach, even Oleta River State Park.

Dining by the water is also a unique experience, made easy by boat docks and marinas located through Miami.