Hialeah may look like another Miami city, but the city of progress has a lot to offer. From great restaurants to water skiing to pottery classes, Alex Miranda has the scoop on all the cool things to check out.
Ignacio “Nacho” Hernandez: “Spring aquifer water…”
…not at first, but at the Miami Watersports Complex at Amelia Earhart Park…
Ignacio “Nacho” Hernandez: “You can wakeboard, waterski, kneeboard, wakeskate, which means you can even bring your skimboard.
We have boats and cable systems for seasoned pros.
Ignacio “Nacho” Hernandez: “One of them, Joey who is here, is going there. Pretty cool.”
Joseph: “I come back almost every week, so you could say I’m pretty addicted.”
and the first person.
Alex Miranda: My problem is that I keep going out and never turn around. “
Alex Miranda: “Done! One lap!”
Alex Miranda: “I can’t believe I’m about to do this!”
Alex Miranda: “I’ll never let you go, Jack. I’ll never let you go. Yeah, except you let me go.”
Alex Miranda: “It was exhilarating. I completely ate it after eating it, but that was my goal!”
Passes start at $60.
Artists from Hialeah gather!
Ruben Pazo: “We create all kinds of art together.”
Every week at the Artisans Playhouse…
Ruben Pazo: “Ceramics and rug tufting class”
I love you IKEA, but now we can make our own rugs.
Ruben Pazo: “In three to five hours, we drive the yarn with a tufting gun.”
By “it” I mean the projector, so it just saves images from the internet.
Ruben Pazo: “album cover, animation, business logo”
But what about that two-hour “ghost” or quoits class?
Ruben Pazo: “They can make mugs, bowls, vases and attach all sorts of little figurines.”
You don’t have to be a regular customer of Patrick Swayyy.
Guest: “Holding clay is very healing. It makes me feel nostalgic.”
Playhouse really means ‘play’.
Ruben Pazo: “We have board games, a table tennis table, and a stage with musical instruments. Everyone can use it.”
And what is Hiraea without a milkshake, or Batidefavorite…
Julio Valero: “Probably the best Trigo shake in Miami.”
Fighting words! But at Trigo Cafe, this wheat treat is really good.
Julio Valero: “Cuban-American with Spanish influence”
It’s made with milk, ice, wheat, sugar and, of course, whipped cream, caramel, and a Heath bar crumble.
Do you think this woman is happy? Yeah, I think so too.
Of course, the standard items are here.
Julio Valero: “Like flan, arroz con leche and dulce de leche.”
And since it’s Hialeah, here comes the coffee.
Julio Valero: “Cafe bonbon is espresso with condensed milk.”
Julio Barrero: “Thank you for coming here.”
Miami Watersports Complex
Amelia Earhart Park
401 E 65th Street
Hialeah, FL 33013
2456 W 8 cents.
Hialeah, FL 33010
839 W 49th Street
Hialeah, FL 33012
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