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Distance: 7,420 km / 4,611 miles

Amsterdam, Delaware, Netherlands

You are looking at Amsterdam , Delaware in Netherlands. The city has a population of 737926 residents. It is located on 4.90 degrees longitude, and 52.35 latitude.

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Amsterdam , Cheap stuff:

Not much cheap stuff in Amsterdam, it\\\\\\\'s a very expensive city and ever more so since the interoduction of the Euro.

Amsterdam , Different stuff:

Plenty of different stuff avaialble from food to clothes and plenty of shoes, a womens dream, 100\\\'s of shoe shops and we are informed that Amsterdam some how get styles other cities do not.

Amsterdam , Don't miss:

QUEENS DAY April 30th. 1 milion people in city centre and all dressed in orange or most of them.

Gay Parade Aug 1-3 - Amazing sight on water.

Amsterdam , Food:

All types available but the Dutch service is terrible. Eggs are the main dish, everywhere you go, eggs.

Amsterdam , Hotels:

Amsterdam Escape (Dot Com) offer a real alternative to your regular Amsterdam hotels, luxury Amsterdam apartments and the best thing they are SMOKE FRIENDLY. Hard to get a smoke friendly place theses days, even in Amsterdam. The Smoking bvan somes into effect in July 2008 the effect of this on hotels, bars and coffeeshops is yet to be seen.

Amsterdam , Safety:

Amsterdam is a very safe city, Pick pockets are about the worst thing that will happen to you here. No muggers or burgulars and very little petty crime.

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Miami, Florida, USA

You are looking at Miami , Florida in USA. The city has a population of 5463857 residents. It is located on -79.80 degrees longitude, and 25.77 latitude.

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Miami , General info:

The City of Miami known as the “Magic City” is located in Southeast Florida, in Miami-Dade County on the Miami River, between the Florida Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. Since its incorporation in 1896, the City has grown tremendously, transforming it into one of the world’s renowned centers where people can work, live and play while enjoying a high quality of life.

Miami International Airport is located just west of the city in an unincorporated, suburban area. It is an important hub for traffic between North America and Latin America, and one of the largest airports in the world.

Miami , Cheap stuff:

David’s Café, cheap, legendary Cuban food.

Miami , Different stuff:

Miami has the largest Latin American population outside of Latin America itself with nearly 65% of its populace either from Latin America or of Latin American ancestry. Spanish is a language often used for day-to-day discourse in many places, although English is the language of preference, especially when dealing with businesses and government. You will find that almost all locals speak English to a comfortable if not fluent level. Despite this, it is not at all uncommon to encounter a local who does not speak English at all, though this is usually centered amongst shops and restaurants in residential communities and not generally the case in large tourist areas or the downtown district

Miami , Don't miss:

Miami Seaquarium, a place where dolphins walk on water and killer whales fly through the air. Where sea lions delight children of all ages and endangered sea turtles and manatees find a safe haven. Enjoy a world-class marine-life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and astonishing daily presentations. Miami Seaquarium®is a place of inspiration, education and fun.

The Miami International Boat Show, a spectacular five-day sports event in Miami.

Miami , Food:

Miami may be known for its Latin cuisine, especially its Cuban cuisine, but there are other different kinds of restaurants to be found around the city. In addition to stand-alone restaurants offering up various cuisines from Chinese and Japanese and Middle Eastern and Italian (among other cuisines), there are cafés, steakhouses and restaurants operating from boutique hotels as well as chain restaurants such as TGI Fridays and Ben & Jerry’s.

Miami , Hotels:

Miami accommodations are suited for work or play, offering amenities for every mood and budget. From fabulous chic boutiques to luxuriously tropical resorts, and charming romantic hideaways to comfortable family getaway you’ll find it all.

Miami , Safety:

Miami, frequently heralded in the news as a center of crime and drug smuggling, is relatively dangerous for the passing tourist in certain areas. Liberty City has the highest violent crime rate in the city and is best if avoided all together. If in this, or any other high crime neighborhood for any reason, take the same precautions as you would in other high crime neighborhoods around the country. Such as minding one's business, getting to your destination quickly, and avoid wearing flashy jewelry and electronics. Remember that most common sense rules such as being aware of your surroundings at night and traveling in high-traffic areas at night apply in Miami as it does in all other urban areas around the United States.

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