Bobak Ha'Eri via wikimedia commonsLittle Havana, a pedestrian paradise according to Walk ScoreWalking anywhere in Miami often feels like running the trenches in World War I: randomly placed barbed wire tears at your clothing, errant bombs -- or in this case, cars -- send you diving into muddy ditche ... More >>
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