One morning we headed south from Miami to the agricultural area around Homestead, where I spent $21 on one piece of fruit:
We toured the home and estate of Villa Vizcaya, built in the early 20th century by an agricultural industrialist.
On my last day, we went to Little Haiti, which is definitely not a bastion of luxury.
I know that many of you understand that feeling of loss when you say good-bye to one of your children. But, as long as she is happy and flourishing, I am OK.