There are two questions that when asked by the human, are always responded to with a resounding “yes!”. The first is, “Do you want a treat?” (because, I mean, duh!) and the second is, “Want to go for a walk?”. Hellz to the Yeahz!!! Put the leash on me, grab the doggy poop bags and let’s rock & roll!
On one particularly nice Sunday morning, when the sun was just starting to rise and the thick, sticky, hair-frizzing humidity hadn’t yet made its appearance, the human and I decided to visit one of the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhoods in Miami…Coconut Grove, known simply to us Miami-ans as, The Grove.
The Grove is one of Miami’s most pedestrian-friendly zones; a charming bohemian oasis filled with shops, cafes, boutiques and galleries. And most of them, very pet friendly! It is the perfect spot for a Sunday morning stroll.
Some Other Things To Do in Coconut Grove
If you plan on visiting Miami, make sure you take a couple of days to spend in Coconut Grove. There is lots to do! Way more than just Cocowalk. In future posts I will be featuring: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens as well as the Kampong Botanical Gardens. Just need to find the time to go on some more adventures!!
Did You Know…
The Grove has been called ‘home’ by some world-famous-bad-asses. A few include Jimmy Buffett (frequently found drinking Margaritas), Robert Frost (he took the road less traveled and ended up in Coconut Grove), and Alexander Graham Bell (he definitely phoned home).