Our cruise didn't actually board until that Monday night and then we spent the next 3 days in the Bahamas, ending up back in Miami on Friday. I will share some pictures from our cruise at some point, but for now wanted to blog about the Miami Culinary Tour that we did on Friday night in Miami. I had read about it on Trip Advisor and knew it would be right up our alley and a great way to be able to eat and see South Beach so I bought us tix ahead of our trip.
Our next stop was Bolivar for some Columbian-Peruvian cuisine. This was one of the larger meals served which was a beef empanada, a patecone which is a deep fried plantain topped with shredded chicken and parmesan cheese, and an arepa which is a sweet corn pancake. We gobbled it up. I loved the decor and the south american flair of Bolivar. Not to mention, tasting all the different appetizers.
Along the way we also saw the Versace mansion where Gianni Versace was murdered which is actually the #3 most photographed home in the U.S. We also saw The Carlyle Hotel where the movie The Birdcage was filmed.