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|The Singapore Flyer is a giant observation wheel. When completed in March 2008, The Singapore Flyer will provide breathtaking panoramic views of Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.|
|Jimbo's is the most popular place in Miami (Virgina Key).|
This location appears in many films and TV series (Miami Vice - Glades).
|The Miami Arena was an indoor arena in Miami, Florida.|
Completed in 1988, at a cost of $52.5 million, its opening took business away from the Hollywood Sportatorium and eventually led to its demise. The arena was the home of the Miami Heat from 1988–1999, the Florida Panthers from 1993–1998, the University of Miami basketball teams from 1988–2003, the Miami Hooters of the Arena F...
|This building with the 'cut out' appears in the opening sequence of Miami Vice|
Te building is also used in the 'Hitlist' episode.
For more information about Miami Vice filming locations refer to http://www.rbravo.com/vice_locations.htm
|The Berlin Hi-Flyer captive balloon takes visitors up to a height of around 150 m (487 feet) above street level, giving panoramic views over the city. ||10/04/2005||738|
|A very famous building in Miami.||10/26/2005||385|
| Miami Dolphins Training Facility - located on the Nova Southeastern University main campus in Davie, Florida. |
The Indianapolis Colts held pre-game practices for Super Bowl XLI at the Miami Dolphins Training Facility
|Miami area cell tower locations I downloaded from the Sprint site.||12/11/2005||429|
|Interesting places to see in Miami.||07/18/2006||805|
|Homestead-Miami Speedway is a race track in Homestead, Florida southwest of Miami. It plays host to Ford Championship Weekend, the final races of the season in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup, Busch Series, and the Craftsman Truck Series. These races are currently all sponsored by Ford Motors, taking the names Ford 400, Ford 300, and Ford 200, respectively.||06/23/2007||649|
|Hyatt sign in hotel in Miami, Florida.||10/04/2005||378|
|Sea Flyer is a unique hybrid lifting body ship that combines the high-speed capabilities of a hydrofoil and the rough-water stability of a small waterplane area twin hull (SWATH). A former Navy Surface Effects Ship SES-200 (IX-515), the vessel was converted in stages between 2000 and 2003 by Navatek, Ltd (a subsidiary of Pacific Marine and Supply, Ltd), with funding from the Office of Naval Res...||03/09/2009||885|