Just keep your wife, or significant other away from Bal Harbor shopping center. The last visit to Miami was scary. We had to purchase additional luggage to bring back the extra stuff. The Ms. did some real damage... :headshakerlm32 said:Finally, I am relocating to Miami in June. Any general recommendations and recommendations on a good tinting shop?
Could have bought another X to carry it all back? :2:mdxxxx said:
Just keep your wife, or significant other away from Bal Harbor shopping center. The last visit to Miami was scary. We had to purchase additional luggage to bring back the extra stuff. The Ms. did some real damage... :headshake
Thanks for the input. Im actually Puerto Rican, so no spanish lessons needed The weather won't bother me since I grew up in the island and Im used to it. As a matter of fact, I prefer that to the insane cold out here in Ohio. The way I see it, it is a small price to pay to be able to walk along the beach wearing shorts in December. I have several friends there, so hopefully the transition will be a smooth one. Thanks for the adviceAcuraMDX2002 said:If you haven't lived in South Florida, but you feel like you're street-smart -- be extra careful and remember that all that glitters isn't gold. After you get there, get settled in and meet some people, maybe co-workers or neighbors and ask them for referrals.
Also, if you don't speak Spanish, you might consider a lesson or two (I'm not kidding nor am I being racist, it's just a fact of life in Miami). If you decide to relocate in the Palm Beach County area I could give you a great tint shop referral!
South Florida is great but you have to be extra cautious, and patient -- there seems to be an unwritten rule about people NOT doing things quickly (except driving - the speed limit is just a reminder that there might be cops around, the real speed limit is 'how ever fast it goes until you come to something that makes you stop!')
...well the Spanish were here before the British, and the majority of the English speaking population in SF only moved there after the air-conditioner was invented.URIRx98 said:kind of strange when WE ARE IN AMERICA, and these aliens want us citizens to speak there language.
Especially this year -- we've been screwed out of our winter by having so much unbearable heat and humidity for the past several weeks. Feels just like summer around here!zafer said:
SF is great, just wish it had a little more variation among seasons.