When All Aboard Florida begins service between Orlando, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami in 2017, you’ll be able to take an easy on the express trains and voila – it’s a girls’ getaway! Here, a look at a girls’ getaway in West Palm Beach. Fortunately, when traveling with All Aboard Florida, baggage…
Girls’ Miami Getaway with All Aboard Florida—Beach, Shopping and Spa
November 2, 2015
A girls’ getaway to Miami becomes even easier when All Aboard Florida begins service in 2017 between Orlando, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
Finally getting away for the weekend with your girlfriends will be getting really easy. The hardest part of planning a girls’ getaway to Miami may very well be where to go and what to do once there! When it comes time to pack, there will be no need to choose outfits – or shoes! – to leave behind: All Aboard Florida trains will have ample space in which to store luggage, whatever size.
One of the most popular spots in Miami is South Beach, with a scene all its own. Days can easily be spent under the sun and in the surf, and nights under the stars and in the clubs; perhaps even with stars. The restaurants in South Beach are some of the best in the city too, ranging from casual to fine dining and everything in-between.
Fashionistas or those who simply like to window shop have plenty of spots from which to choose. Lincoln Road, Collins Avenue and the Ocean Drive Shopping District are filled with name-brand boutiques and stores that are easily recognized. Tip: Remember, All Aboard Florida’s spacious trains have ample space for carry-ons, including shopping bags, making the return trip home easy and accommodating for shopping splurges!
There are no shortage of spas in Miami and South Beach either, so after full days on the beach or carrying around bags full of shopping finds, relax and unwind at a spa – or two – and let all of the stress of a girls’ getaway float away.
Back on-board the All Aboard Florida train home, toast to a fantastic girls’ getaway to Miami, and make plans to another destination – Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, or Orlando!
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