Cuba and Miami
[CUBA AIRGUIDE June 1954]
ISLE OF PINES
PINAR DEL RIO
MIAMI [Lists places of
interest, hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, misc. tourist
TOURIST SUPPLEMENT [Havana
PASSPORTS. U.S. and Canadian citizens do not need passports
Cuba as tourists, but they must have bonafide documentary
which will prove to the transportation companies that they
of those countries. Visitors from other countries must
with passport regulations. French and Swiss citizens
from the visa requirement and British subject holding U.K.
Ireland passports may also enter Cuba without visas.
Tourist Card which visitors to Cuba receive from the
companies, or when they arrive in Cuba. Costs $2.50, and is
two years. This Card should be saved as no duplicates
CUBAN CUSTOMS REGULATIONS.
are permitted free entry of regular baggage, including
trailers, amateur photo and movie cameras, portable radios
typewriters, 400 cigarettes, fishing equipment and guns (not
for hunting purposes.
DRIVING IN CUBA.
Tourists are authorized to drive automobiles in Cuba,
possess for this purpose legal authorization from their
origin, which they are obliged to present to the Cuban
requested to do so.
Automobiles are available in
Havana for drive-yourself rental.
TOURIST POLICE STATION.
National Police Department has a "Tourist Section" dedicated
attention and protection of our visitors. Its members
easily distinguished by the armbadge [arm badge]
"National Police Dept. Tourist Division".
well organized corps of authorized English-speaking Guides
service can be obtained at a reasonable rate, either by
with the hotel management or through the offices of the
Institute. Both service and fees are officially
Be sure to see the Guide's license and badge.
TOURIST SERVICES IN HAVANA
Cuban Tourist Institute has an office, located at Carcel No.
Prado Blvd., Havana, where, without change of any kind, the
will be given all the information he may desire; and, should
itineraries for excursions through the interior of the
also be gladly prepared. The Cuban Tourist Institute
also has an
Information Office in Miami at 336 E. Flagler St.
The postage rate for Air Mail service between Cuba and the
States of America, its possessions and Canada is 9 cents for
½ oz. or fraction thereof, and 9 cents for each additional
ounce. Regular Mail; 3 cents for each ounce or
and 2 cents for post cards.
Although this is the smallest province of the Island, it has
population of 1,544,000, of which over 800,000 are
Havana, Capital of the Island. The Isle of Pines forms
The City of Havana is particularly attractive to visitors
the course of its four hundred-odd years of existence it has
the customs and activities of a gay, modern cosmopolitan
its contacts with European and American countries–reflected
splendid boulevards, gardens, parks and the magnificent
ultra-modern architecture–while it has yet rained all the
aspects and charms of colonial times found in t he primitive
the narrow streets, cozy little plazas, forts, ancient
many others places of interest are located.
PRINCIPAL POINTS OF INTEREST
IN AND AROUND HAVANA
fortress guarding the harbor of Havana; its construction was
commenced in 159 and
finished in 1597. Because of its interesting and often
relics of its past, it is well worth the launch trip across
LA CABAÑA FORTRESS:
This fortress, which extends beyond the Morro, cost
Its construction began in 1765 and finished in 1774; it was,
time, considered impregnable. Today, however, it has
historical value and is used as a prison. From this
blank cannon shot is fired at nine every night according to
LA PUNTA FORTRESS:
Prado. Built in 1598 to supplement the Morro Castle in
defense of Havana. It guards the entrance to the
LA FUERZA CASTLE:
fortress in the New World, the construction of which was
commenced in 1538 and finished about the year 1544.
tower De Soto's wife, Isabel de Bobadilla, scanned the
for a sight of her husband's ships which never returned from
discovery of Florida.
18th century. The obelisk on the side of the hill
the execution of the young Kentuckian Col. William
50 companions who had come with an expedition under General
Lopez, to fight for Cuba's liberty.
SAN LAZARO TOWER (Torreon):
Small tower on the Malecon near Maceo Park which in Spanish
colonial days was very important as a lookout for pirates.
sweep of the Ave. of Independence (Carlos III) leads to the
foot of a
hill, crowned by the imposing Castle of the Prince, today
jail. In the cross-section of the surrounding cliffs,
tunnels which in the times of Spain served as a secret
been recently restored to its original glory. The
cathedral is faced by colonial mansions once housing the
structure whose external rugged grandeur conceals a wealth
vestments and old silver. The body of Columbus was
for many years.
PLAZA DE ARMAS:
square on which. "The Templete", "La Fuerza Castle",
"Lieutenant Governor's Palace", and the "City Hall",
very spot where the first mass was celebrated in Havana,
under the shade of a great Ceiba tree.
magnificent and ancient colonial patio, it was once the home
of the Spanish Governor's General of the Island.
SAN FRANCISCO CONVENT:
edifice, exponent of the austere Spanish style of the XVI
century, devoid of fantasy, seems to be inspired by the dual
realism and mysticism. The Post Office Department now
these premises which have not lost their conventual
SECTION OF OLD CITY WALL:
Opposite Presidential Palace. Formely [formerly],
completely surrounded by an old wall locking Havana in after
the nine o
clock curfe. A section facing the Presidential Palace
carefully preserved as a relic of the past. (The
cannon shot is
still fired at 9:00 p.m.).
handsome and modern structure combining various
styles. The commanding feature of this palace is
dominating the neighborhood.
This beautiful drive is separated from the open sea only by
the heavy stone wall which gives it its name.
is at the end of the Prado, and commemorates the unjust
execution of eight medical students in 1871 by Spanish
Port Avenue. A magnificent marble structure where,
skies, beautiful public band concerts are held on Tuesday,
Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Beautiful park honoring the great patriot Maceo who is
an equestrain [equestrian] statue in the center of the
Concordia 556 - Games are held at this "fronton" every
evening except on Mondays and Fridays.
At Belascoain 903. Games are held every afternoon at
3:00 pm. And Mondays and Fridays.
handsome memorial in honor of the heroes of the U.S.S. Maine
the Malecon Drive. The cannons and chains on the
monument were salvaged from the decks of the ill-fated
palace has no equal as to grandeur or luxury in Latin
Costing 28 million dollars, the Capitol impresses visitors
sumptuous decorations, its noble proportions, and rich
marble, stone gilt, bronze, precious woods.
the famous open-air cafes where the orchestras rival cach
other in feminine pulchritude and in the quality of their
music. Central Park is the starting point for our
the customary promenade down the Prado. In the center
of the park
is the statue of Jose Marti, the apostle of Cuban Liberty.
aid and cultural society with a membership of about
beautiful ball room, all-marble stairs and famous tiled bar
architectural high-lights of this building with so much
NATIONAL THEATRE [THEATER]
AND CENTRO GALLEGO:
In t his beautiful opera house the world's greatest singers
appeared. The Centro Gallego is another medical aid
society similar to the Centro Asturiano.
Located on 26th Street at Carretara de Aldecoa, Alturas del
magnificent building is the scene of very good boxing
other interesting sports events. Located at the foot
Street leads to this Cemetery Millions have been spent here
in marble mausoleums, tombs and general decorations.
TREE AND PARK:
Planted in Fraternity Park in 1928 at the Sixth Pan-American
held in Havana, this tree symbolizes the fraternal affection
Americas, springing as it does from soil gathered from the
PASEO DE MARTI:
This sumptuous and historic avenue, called the Champs
Havana, extends from Fraternity Park to the water front.
UNIVERSITY OF HAVANA:
was founded 210 years ago, and its modern buildings,
thousands of students and collaborating faculty uphold the
excellence which it has held since its foundation.
Annexed to the
University is the Calixto Garcia Hospital.
QUINTA DE LOS MOLINOS:
University Botanical Garden is today an interesting tropical
was formerly the Country Residence of the Spanish Governor's
mentioned in "Anthony Adverse".
GRAND STADIUM OF HAVANA:
Where Professional and Amateur Base Ball Championships are
held every year.
MAXIMO GOMEZ MONUMENT:
Avenida de las Misiones.
USEFUL ADDRESS AND
American Embassy............................Calzada & M.
Anglo-American Welfare...................9 San Juan de Dios
Anglo-American Community Hosp...352 2nd St.,
Bolivar, Carcel & Morro Sts.....A-2905
Canadian Embassy............................Ambar Motors
Bldg., Infanta & 23rd. ....UO-9457
Cuban Tourist Institute.....................109 Carcel
Haitian Legation................................68 20th
Mexican Consulate............................156 19th St.,
National Police Headquarters.............Chacon and Cuba
Spanish Embassy...............................420 Oficios
Tourist Police Department................Monserrate &
Venezuelan Consulate.......................161 7th St.,
La Zaragozana Restaurant & Bar
ALAMAC, Galiano 308
AMBOS MUNDOS, Obispo 153
BRISTOL, Amistad 305
BRUZON, Bruzon 217
CARIBBEAN, Prado y Colon
CATEDRAL, San Ignacio y Chacon
COMODORO, 72 y Mar, Miramar.
GRAN AMERICA, Industria 502
INGLATERRA, Prado 416
LINCOLN, Galiano 164
MONTSERRAT, Ave. Belgica 401
NACIONAL DE CUBA, 21 y O, Vedado
NUEVA ISLA, Monte 259
OCEAN, Malecon 69
PACKARD, Prado 51
PARKVIEW, Colon 101
PERLA DE CUBA, Amistad 548
PLAZA, Central Park
PRESIDENTE, Calzada y G. Vedado
REGINA, Industria 410
RITZ, Neptuno 514
ROYAL PALM, Industria 354
SAN CARLOS, Ave. Belgica 507
SAN LUIS, Belascoain 73
SEVILLA-BILTMORE, Prado 255
SIBONEY, Prado 355
SURF, Malecon 31
TOLEDO, 25 No. 202, Vedado
VEDADO, O entre 23 y 25
VICTORIA 19 No. 101, Vedado
APARTMENT HOTEL, 8 y 19, Vedado
ARECES, Prado 106
BIARRITZ, Prado 519
CARABANCHEL O'Reilly 360
GRAN HOTEL, Ave. Brasil 557
PALACIO, Monserrate 359
TROTCHA, Calzada 758, Vedado
CUANDA'S CLUB. Guanabo
PUERTO PRINCIPE, Playa Cuba, Guanabo
PUERTO ANTONIO, Guanabo
ARBOLEDA, National Hotel O y 21st Sts., Vedado.
AMERICA. 269 Italia Avenue
BAHIA, 56 Puerto Avenue
CARMELO, 23rd St. between G & H Sts., Vedado
CASTILLO DE JAGUA. 23rd and G Streets, Vedado.
CHEZ MERITO. President's & Calzada Avenues, Vedado.
CLUB 21, 21ST and O Streets, Vedado
THE COLONY, 102 21st Street, Vedado
LAS CULEBRINAS, 1263 Calzada Ave., Vedado
EL FARO DE SAGUA. 602 f. St., Vedado
FLORIDITA. 557 Obispo St.
MIAMI. Prado y Neptuno Sts.
MAR Y TIERRA. 65 Padre Varela St.
LOS NOPALES, F & 3rd , Vedado
PALERMO. 252 Amistad St.
PARIS. Cathedral Square
PRADO. 86. 264 Prado Boulevard
PUERTO DE SAGUA. 415 Acosta St.
RADIOCENTRO. 23rd & L Streets, Vedado
LA REGULADORA. 412 Amistad St.
SIGLO XX. 251 Padre Varela y Neptuno Sts.
SEVILLA. Sevilla Biltmore Hotel.
TALLYHO. 23rd & J Sts., Vedado.
EL TEMPLETE. 1 Narciso Lopez St.
TERRAZA. 1001 17 St., Vedado.
VIENES. 402 K Street, Vedado.
VEDADO HOTEL. O between 23rd Sts., Vedado
WILLIE'S BAR. (Restaurant) 21st St and N Sts. Vedado.
LA ZARAGOZANA. 355 Belgica Avenue
CASA SUAREZ, 10 San Lazaro St.
SORRENTO, Calzada & 20, Vedado.
PULLMAN RESTAURANT. 312 Consulado Street.
EL PACIFICO. San Nicolas & Zanja Streets.
EL PALACIO DE CRISTAL, San Jose 114
NANKING RESTAURANT, 3 Virtudes St.
LA CONCHA, Marianao Beach.
FISHING CLUB. Jaimanitas Beach
RIO RITA. Guanabo Road.
MR. LUCKY. Via Blanca.
RIO CRISTAL. Rancho Boyeros Road.
TERRAZA CLUB. Cojimar Road
TOPEKA CLUB, Rancho Boyeros Road.
MULGOBA. Rancho Boyeros Road. Restaurant & Bar.
ROAD HOUSES, at 30 minutes from Havana with Restaurant &
CARMELO 515 Calzada Avenue, Vedado.
SAIGON CLUB, 5th Ave. & 44, Miramar
BOULEVARD ROOM, 1st Ave. & 54, Miramar.
There are a number of high class cabarets and night clubs in
its suburbs that offer excellent shows with international
typical native music played by the best orchestras in town,
delight of the dancers who crowd the floor. Some of
TROPICANA. First class, open-air night club, located on
Truffin, Buenavista suburb. Excellent music and
entertainment. Two shows nightly. Clubroom.
MONTMARTRE. Luxurious Night Club, situated on 23rd Street,
Vedado. Magnificent shows and orchestra. Club room
BAMBU CLUB. Rancho Boyeros Road. Typical Cuban music and
JOHNNY'S DREAM CLUB, La Puntilla, Miramar.
EL CORTIJO. 202-25 Street, Vedado. Spanish Patio. Air
Conditioned. Dancing music.
EMBASSY, 23 y 26, Vedado.
PALERMO CLUB. Amistad y San Miguel Sts., Havana. Air
Conditioned. Good dancing music.
MAXIM'S 3 & 10 Sts., Vedado. Orchestra. Air Conditioned.
JOHNNIE'S 88. 208 O St., Vedado. Air Conditioned with
MULGOBA. Rancho Boyeros Road. Typical night club. Good
TOPEKA. Rancho Boyeros Road. Good music and shows.
LOS NOPALES. F and 3rd Streets, Vedado. Mexican atmosphere
CLUB 21. 21St. And N, Vedado. Music, exotic decor.
TONY'S CLUB. In the heart of Havana, behind the Capitol.
BOULEVARD ROOM. 1st and 54th, Miramar. Right by the sea;
PALETTE. Central Highway. 2 shows nightly. Dancing.
EL COLMAO. Aramburu and San Rafael, Havana. Typical Spanish
Havana is the gateway to a country overflowing with tourist
attractions. Before taking our visitors through it,
wish to invite them to see the small Isle of Pines, called
Island" because it is believed that Stevenson used it as the
his immortal novel. It is qualified as small only in
with the larger island of Cuba, but it is 1180 square miles,
equivalent, for example, to double the island of Guadalupe,
that of Martinique and capable of containing the celebrated
Malta, twelve times. It was discovered by Christopher
himself, in 1493, who named it "The Isle of the
is 76 miles from the southern coast, in an extraordinarily
of marvelous colors, and can be reached by boat, and also by
airplane, in 35 minutes.
The medicinal springs in the Isle of Pines enjoy wide
the excellent cures these waters have effected, especially
of Santa Rita, in the town of Santa Fe, where there is a
American style, the "Santa Fe Hotel", with the medicinal
springs at its
DEL RIO PROVINCE
Bounded on the east by Havana Province, Pinar del Rio
extreme western end of the Island and has a population of
inhabitants, of which about one fourth reside in its capital
the same name. Through this province, where the
of natural beauties in the country are to be found, will
pass, in the
near future, a section of the Atlantic Caribbean Branch of
American Highway which will considerably shorten the
the United States and Central America. From one of the
this province a superferry [super ferry] will leave for the
of Yucatan, which will be joined to the Pan-American Highway
by a road
leading to San Cristobal, Mexico, near the frontier of
The City of Pinar del Rio, capital of the province, is 109
Havana, to which it is linked by the Central Highway and by
passing through incomparably beautiful scenes and
towns. It is the hub from which excursions are made to
points of exceptional attraction in the surroundings
This Province adjacent to that of Havana is a region
favored by Nature with landscapes of uncommon beauty and
the enjoyment of sports, especially fishing. The
this Province is 400,000.
pleasant and interesting trip from Havana is that Bellamar
most notable in Cuba, whose wondrous interior has not yet
There is restaurant service at the caves and also a landing
field nearby for the use of private planes.
SAN MIGUEL DE LOS
91.6 miles from Havana by highway, nestling in a picturesque
frame by mountains; it is one of the most renowned Spas in
hemisphere. The excellence of its minero-medicinal
waters has won
for it the name of "Vichy of America"
The province, also known as "Santa Clara", occupies a large
exceptionally fertile land, the greater part of which is
the cultivation of sugar-cane. The population numbers
1,032,800. Both the north and south coasts are dotted
natural bathing beaches of white sand, and the adjacent keys
with the Ocoha. Primero and Sagua Rivers provide
fishing grounds and beds of delicious oysters for which
noted. The hunt is also plentiful –quail and wild
particular. This province contains more sugar mills
other and large shipments are made through the important
[printing mistake] ports of Cienfuegos, on the south coast,
Caibarien on the north. The countryside is scenic, the
Valley being specially noted for its beauty and healthful
climate. At one of its highest points–Topes de
magnificent building has been erected for a Sanatorium.
There are also several thermal springs in this province such
Jose del Lago, nestling in a picturesque dreamland setting
Mayajigua, a short distance from the Caibarien fishing zone
and, for a
change, the traveler should see the marvelous caves to be
various sections of the province, and visit the ancient
historic interest which have lain for centuries, like
beauties", untouched by the progress of civilization, and
their pristine charm as, for instance, Trinidad,
The province of Camagüey has a population of 625,300
and occupies a large area in the central part of the Island
unusually fertile pastures have made it an important
center. The benign climate makes the winter season the
pleasant of the year. The warmer temperature of the
summer can be
avoided by going to any of the charming places in the
mountains such as
Cubitas, Najasa, etc., where delightful vacations can be
Some of the largest sugar mills in Cuba are located in this
and may be visited during the grinding season.
This province occupies the extreme eastern end of the Island
and has a
population of 1,813,900 inhabitants. It has the
of scenic landscapes in the country and owing to its
majestic chain of
mountains has been called "The Switzerland of the Tropics".
EL COBRE SANCTUARY
The famous El
about 12 ½ miles distant from Santiago and prominently
among the wooded green of the mountains, is reached by the
Highway. It is dedicated to the "Virgen de la Caridad
SANTIAGO DE CUBA
of the province, was settled in 1513 by Don Diego de
Velazques, and its
first Mayor was Hernan Cortes, conqueror of Mexico.
the first metropolis of Cuba and is today one of the oldest
America. Enchanting traces of the colonial epoch are
still to be
seen: narrow, tortuous streets requiring steps to make their
houses of seignorial and romantic aspect, the remains of its
Morro Castle, and that subtle atmosphere of times long past
fascinatingly contrast with its way of life as a modern
OF INTEREST IN MIAMI
Park of the Pigeons as it is called by Latins due to the
of those birds found there, which are so tame that they feed
hands of visitors. T his park covers a large stretch
near Biscayne Boulevard and along the waterfront where the
boats dock. It has many walks lined with comfortable
that strollers can rest. At the southern, end there is
amphitheater where band concerts are held.
Key Biscayne, and easily reached by the Rickenbacker
Causeway. It is the most popular spot with Miami
picnics and outings. There are excellent beaches, with
houses and showers for swimmers, as well as cooking
preparing meals. It also has a zoo, a children's
playground and a
miniature railway that goes all across the park.
South of Miami, with fine beaches and playing fields for
softball, volleyball, etc. The shady groves
surrounding it make
it an ideal place for walks and picnics.
HAULOVER BEACH PARK.
of Miami Beach, it also has a splendid beach, picnic
ample parking space, bathing houses and showers, and
most popular beach. It runs from 5th to 14th Sts. And
is lined by
a beautiful park which is illuminated at night. There
facilities for swimmers and lifeguards for their
Nearby cafeterias make possible for bathers to eat without
change into street clothes.
nearest Coral Gables, it is decorated South Seas style with
palm-thatched bathing huts. It is protected from the
of the open sea. Being a privately-owned beach, there
admission charge of 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for
RARE PLANTS AND
south of Miami is to be found this unusual spot where
monkeys romp in complete freedom while visitors enjoying
interesting spot for animal lovers, 11 miles out of
Thousands of these birds frolic among the trees and trained
entertain the visitors with their tricks.
RARE BIRDS FARM.
Near the Parrot Jungle, this is the most outstanding
collection of rare birds in the United States.
near the above places, this is the greatest collection of
snakes in the
world. An interesting sight is the "milking" of cobras
deadly venom, used in the preparation of various medicines
FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GARDENS.
South of Coral Gables and within its city limits, this
has no equal within the Union. Thousands of tropical
brought from all over the world make it one of the most
experimental botanical stations anywhere.
MUSA INDIAN VILLAGE.
on Musa Island is this typical Seminole village, a
of the Indians' way of life before the white man came.
One of the
most interesting spectacle here is the fights between the
huge alligators, put on for the entertainment of tourists.
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
largest federal park, and the third largest of all National
Parks, Everglades is a slice of Nature in the faw.
snakes, bears, alligators and wildcats make it a dangerous
those who do not know it. Although unexplored in its
part, there are many sections that the tourist can visit in
safety; there is also road cut through part of it for those
who wish to
observe its natural wonders at close range.
excellent collections of both fresh and salt water fish of
are to be found in this area: the Masnata Aquarium in Miami,
Trail and 55th Ave., (entrance 25 cents) and Miami Beach's
Garden, five miles outside the city on Highway 1 and
three museums in the Miami area: the Holton, at 12551
Boulevard, which among its other attractions is famed for
reproduction of da Vinci's "The Last Supper"; the Junior
Natural History, open every day except Monday, at 179 N.E.
and finally, the Glassblowers Museum, 12717 Biscayne
expert glassblowers shape the most ornate vessels before the
the public (closed on Mondays).
PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT
BARS AND NIGHTCLUBS.
addition to the following list of places, most hotels have
cocktail lounges, open usually until midnight or later, and
which put on shows or some other
form of entertainment. The following spots, listed in
alphabetical order, are the most outstanding to be found in
Miami Beach and Coral Gables:
ALAN GALE'S CELEBRITY CLUB 215 22nd St.,
ALPINE LOUNGE 2235 SW 8th St., Miami
BIG BARN 31 NE 14th St., Miami
CLOVER CLUB 118 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
CLUB MOROCCO 6345 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
CLUB WALLY 151 SW 3rd Ave., Miami
There are three race tracks in the Miami area, with seasons
at different times of the year:
one place where the ardent fisher can pursue his hobby to
that spot is undoubtedly the Miami area. For the
boats are available for charter at reasonable rates.
Some of the
places where these boats may be hired are:
City Yacht Basin, Miami Beach
Bayfront Park, Miami
Haulover Beach Park, MacArthur Causeway.
car rental companies operating in Miami and vicinity; for
convenience, the following list of reputable concerns is
otherwise note, addresses are for Miami).
ABC AUTO RENTAL SE 4th St. at Miami Ave.
26 SW 4th St.
244 NE 1st St.
2331 Liberty Ave., Miami
OLIN'S 2830 NE 2nd Ave.
COUTURE 825 5th St., Miami Beach
FINCHER'S 1415 NE 2nd Ave.
RYDER CAR 710 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
STERN 380 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
WHALEN 702 5TH St., Miami Beach
JERRI'S 300 23rd St., Miami Beach
PLACES OF INTEREST IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA
WAKULLA SPRINGS – South of Tallahassee
SILVER SPRINGS - St. Augustine
ALLIGATOR FARM - St. Augustine
OLDEST WOODEN HOUSE - St. Augustine
MONKEY JUNGLE - 22 miles south of Miami
RAINBOW SPRINGS - 4 miles north of Dennellon
ORIENTAL GARDENS - Jacksonville
BOK SINGING TOWER - Lake Wales
MARINE STUDIOS - Marineland
MUSA ISLAND - Miami
NATURAL FISH BREEDING POND - Homosassa Springs
SENLA PARROT FARM - Red Road, Miami
RINGLING MUSEUM - Sarasota
CYPRESS GARDENS - Winter Haven
THOMAS A. EDISON HOUSE - Fort Myers
DUPREE GARDENS - 18 miles north of Tampa
FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GARDENS - Coral Gables
ORCHID JUNGLE - One mile west of Naranja (south of Miami)
CRYSTAL SPRINGS - In Crystal River
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM - Tallahassee
HINDU TEMPLE - Lakeland
LATIN-AMERICAN DISTRICT AND RESTAURANTS - Tampa
FORT MARION - San Marcos Castle, in St. Augustine
DE SOTO MONUMENT - 5 miles west of Bradenton
EVERGLADES - On Highway 27.
Al's Fried Chicken 440 Biscayne Blvd.
Betty's Restaurant & Lounge 1440 Biscayne Blvd.
Bob's Buffet Miami International Airport
El Bolero 3191 SW 22nd St., C. Gables
Burdine's Tea Room Burdine Building
Colonial Grill Hotel Colonial
Cottage Inn 2235 Biscayne Blvd.
Curry's 7433 Collins Ave., M. Beach
C an C 1625 35th St.
Chicken in the Rough 216 Lincoln Rd., M. B.
Gourmet House 809 SW 8th St.
775 Dade Blvd.,
866 Ponce de
Biscayne Blvd. AT
Hawthorn's 9404 NW 27th Ave.
Harvey's 720 W. Flager St.
Howard Johnson 1100 Biscayne Blvd.
Palmer House 11052 Biscayne Blvd.
Robin Hood 3601 Biscayne Blvd.
Rosedale Delicatessen 170 NW 5th St.
La Hacienda 2795 NW 7th St.
2038 Collins Ave., M.B.
1 Lincoln Rd., M.B.
Track and Shore Inn 279 NE 79th St.
Seven Seas 101 SE 2nd Ave.
San Juan SW 8th St. at 24th Ave.
Saratoga 7725 Biscayne Blvd.
Red Coach Grill 1455 Biscayne Blvd.
Kenny's 200 NE 2nd Ave.
The Garden 2235 SW 8th St.
Mammy's 2039 Collins Ave., M.B.
Town Sandwich Shop 153 NW 1st St.
Tylers 1818 NW 36th St.
1257 W. Flagler
1526 P. de Leon, C.G.
Watson's 8226 NE 2nd Ave.
Pirate Cove 3060 SW 8th St.
Old Castle 151 SW 2nd St.
Shrimp Palace 2154 NW 7th Ave.
Whistle Stop 1221 5th St., M.B.
El Toreador 204 Biscayne Blvd.
Concha 1101 N. Miami Ave.
Club Latino 38 NW 5th St.
Madrid 675 SW 3rd St.
Minerva 265 NE 2nd St.
El Ideal 346 NE 2nd St.
Spanish-American 121 NE 1st St.
El Toledo 204 Biscayne Blvd.
Alcazar, Biscayne Blvd
Alhambra, 118 SE 2nd St.
America, 273 NE 2nd St.
Belfort, 252 NE 2nd St.
Berni, 204 Biscayne Blvd.
Biscayne Terrace, 340 Biscayne Blvd.
Boatwright, 25 NE 7th St.
Brandford, 250 NE 1st St.
Columbus, 50 Biscayne Blvd.
Cortez, 241 NE 1st Ave.
Dolphin, 937 NE 1st Ave.
Commodore, 11 NE 8th St.
Everglades, Biscayne Blvd. At NE 5th St.
Federal, 35 NW 1st St.
Flagler, 637 W. Flagler St.
Ford, 60 NE 3rd St.
Imperial, 50 NW 8th St.
Flamington, 1st St. at Biscayne
Mac Allister, 10 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami Colonial, Biscayne and 2 and St.
New Yorker, 1117 NE 1st Ave.
Pan America, 27 NE 2nd Ave.
Pittsburger, 226 NE 1st St.
Patricia, 312 SE 2nd Ave.
Plaza, 216 Biscayne Blvd.
Ponce de Leon, 231 E. Flager St.
Robert Clay, 29 SE 4th St.
Royalton, 131 SE 1st St.
Tamiami, 203 W. Flager St.
Villa D'Este, 249 NE 8th St.
Alamac, 1300 Collins Ave.
Allison, 6261 Collins Ave.
Arlington, 455 Ocean Drive
Atlantic Beach, 3400 Collins Ave.
Atlantic Towers, 4201 Collins Ave.
Beacon, 720 Ocean Drive
Bentley, 510 Ocean Drive
Berkeley Shore, 1610 Collins Ave.
Cadillac, 3925 Collins Ave.
Capri, 3010 Collins Ave.
Cardozo. 1300 Ocean Drive
Carlyle, 1250 Ocean Drive
Delano, 1685 Collins Ave.
Delmonico, 6393 Collins Ave.
Devon, Indian Creek
DI LIDO, Collins Ave. at Lincoln Rd.
Dorchester, 1850 Collins Ave.
Dorset, 1720 Collins Ave.
Edgewater, 1410 Ocean Drive
Edward, 953 Collins Ave.
Georgian, 1621 Collins Ave.
Greystone, 1920 Collins Ave.
Lido, 336 Collins Ave.
MacFadden, 6701 Collins Ave.
Marine Terrace, 2719 Collins Ave.
Martinique, 6423 Collins Ave.
Monte Carlo, 6551 Collins Ave.
Morris, 1390 Ocean Drive
New Yorker, 1611 Collins Ave.
Normandie, 349 Ocean Drive
Ritz Plaza, 1701 Collins Ave.
Roney Plaza, 2301 Collins Ave.
St. Moritz, 1565 Collins Ave.
Sands, 1601 Collins Ave.
San Marino, 4299 Collins Ave.
Sans Souci, 3101 Collins Ave.
Savoy Plaza, 425 Ocean Drive
Saxony 3201 Collins Ave.
Seacomber, 1737 Collins Ave.
Shelborne, 1801 Collins Ave.
Shelley, 844 Collins Ave.
Shorecrest, 1535 Collins Ave.
Sovereign 4385 Collins Ave.
Tides, 1220 Ocean Drive
Triton, 2729 Collins Ave.
Walburne, 125 Ocean Drive
Waves, 1060 Ocean Drive
Whitehart, 315 Ocean Drive
Winterhaven, 1402 Ocean Drive
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