On a small island just 90 miles south of Florida, you will find a unique car culture ¬– a land laden with American classics from the 1950s and ’60s. These vintage vehicles are kept alive out of dire necessity and fueled by Cuban ingenuity.
Our first Concierges-organized travelling group is back from its journey!
Jamey and his friends visited Havana as part of our People-to-People program. This program included a visit to historical places of Old Havana, as well as meetings with artists, owners of small business, and the people of Havana.
Everybody wants to look good. It has nothing to do with spending hours in front of a mirror. It’s just a natural desire of being beautiful. When you stand in front of the designs displayed in the exhibition Narciso Rodriguez: An Exercise in Minimalism, at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum located on the Florida International University campus in Miami, you can’t help but picture yourself under those garments, looking beautiful.