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Sun Country Airlines Flights from Minneapolis (MSP) to Miami (MIA)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on Sun Country Airlines, which operates 3 non-stop flights from Minneapolis (MSP) to Miami (MIA) departing between 7:00am and 7:30am on select days of the week. Usually a Boeing 737-800 is flown for this route. The average travel time from Minneapolis, MN to Miami, FL is 3 hours and 25 minutes.

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During your Miami vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Miami Design Preservation League
On Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings, the Design Preservation League sponsors walking tours that offer a fascinating inside look at the city's historic Art Deco District. Tour-goers meet for a 1 1/2-hour walk through some of America's most exuberantly "architectured" buildings. The league led the fight to designate this area a National Historic District and is proud to share the splendid locale with visitors.

Herencia Hispana Tour
For those looking to immerse themselves in Miami's rich Latin-American culture, the Herencia Hispana Tour is the ideal way to explore it all. Hop on a bus and zoom past such hotbeds of Latin activity as downtown's Flagler Street, the unavoidable Elián González house, the Latin American Art Museum, and Little Havana's Domino Park and Tower Theater, among others. Not just a sightseeing tour, this one includes two very knowledgeable, albeit corny, guides who know just when to infuse a necessary dose of humor into a segment of history that some people may not consider so amusing.

Coral Castle
There's plenty of competition, but Coral Castle is probably the strangest attraction in Florida. In 1923, the story goes, a 26-year-old crazed Latvian, suffering from unrequited love of a 16-year-old who left him at the altar, immigrated to South Miami and spent the next 25 years of his life carving huge boulders into a prehistoric-looking roofless "castle." It seems impossible that one rather short man could have done all this, but there are scores of affidavits on display from neighbors who swear it happened. Apparently, experts have studied this phenomenon to help figure out how the Great Pyramids and Stonehenge were built. Rocker Billy Idol was said to have been inspired by this place to write his song "Sweet 16." An interesting 25-minute audio tour guides you through the spot, now in the National Register of Historic Places. Although Coral Castle is overpriced and undermaintained, it's worth a visit when in the area, which is about 37 miles from Miami.


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Sonesta Beach Resort Key Biscayne
The Sonesta is an idyllic, secluded resort on Key Biscayne -- like a souped-up summer camp. Families and couples alike love this place for its oceanfront location and its many high-caliber amenities, which make it almost impossible to want to venture off the property.Each of the plush 292 rooms, also recently upgraded, has a private balcony or terrace. There are also 12 one- and two-bedroom suites. Room no. 828 is particularly appealing, with its sweeping views of the ocean, comfortable (to say the least) king bed, and top-floor location.Known for having the best piña coladas in the entire city, the pool and beach bars are popular with locals and vacationers alike. The hotel's Two Dragons restaurant is good, featuring Chinese, Thai, and Japanese food. A fantastic, free, and fully supervised kids' program (ages 3-12) will actually allow parents to have a vacation of their own, perhaps at the resort's 10,000-square-foot spa or at the Water Tai Chi Program in the outdoor, heated Olympic pool. Although you may not want to leave the lush grounds, Bill Baggs State Recreation Area and the area's best beaches are nearby and worth the trip. Travelers here are only about 15 minutes from Miami Beach and even closer to the mainland and Coconut Grove. A fun new addition to the hotel is the Relay Segway Excursion Center, where you can rent high-tech Segway Human Transporters on which you can tool around the hotel on your own or take guided tours for $25 to $100.A new Sonesta Hotel & Suites just opened in Coconut Grove, at 2889 McFarlane Rd. (tel. 305/529-2828), near CocoWalk. With 225 rooms, many of which overlook Biscayne Bay, it is much smaller (and, for now at least, much cheaper) than its sprawling Key Biscayne sister and, thankfully, it brings a much-needed additional option to the hotel-challenged Coconut Grove.Facilities: 4 restaurants; 2 bars; lounge; outdoor heated Olympic-size pool; access to nearby golf; 9 tennis courts; fitness center; full-service spa; 2 waterfront Jacuzzis; extensive watersports equipment rental; bike and moped rental; children's programs; shuttle service to shopping and entertainment; business center; salon; limited room service; laundry service; dry cleaning; sports court; sailing lessons.

The Ritz-Carlton South Beach
The luxe life comes to a congested and somewhat seedy corner of South Beach in the form of this beachfront, lushly landscaped Ritz-Carlton. Debuting in the fall of 2003, this Ritz has restored the landmark Morris Lapidus-designed 1950s DiLido Hotel to its original Art Moderne style and filled it with the hotel's signature five-star service. Far from ostentatious, the Ritz-Carlton's South Beach property moves away from gilded opulence in favor of the more soothing pastel-washed touches of Deco. An impressive $2 million art collection consisting of original works by Joan Miro, among others, will be on permanent loan to the hotel from Diana Lowenstein Fine Art, which also happens to have a gallery in the hotel (Mrs. Lowenstein is a principal owner of The Ritz-Carlton South Beach). Though South Beach is better known for its trendy boutique hotels, the Ritz-Carlton offers comfort to those who might prefer 100% cotton Frette sheets and goose-down pillows to high-style minimalism. The best rooms, by far, are the 72 poolside and oceanview lanai rooms. Why choose club level rooms and hibernate inside, indulging in five food and drink courses all day, when you could be outside enjoying the stunning views? Oh yeah, and there's also a tanning butler who will spritz you with SPF and water whenever you want.With impeccable service, an elevated pool that provides unobstructed views of the Atlantic, an impressive stretch of sand with a fabulous beach club run by Michael Capponi (Miami Beach's most popular promoter), an oceanfront Ritz Kids pavilion, and a world-class 13,000-square-foot spa and wellness center, the Ritz-Carlton kicks sand in the faces of some of the smaller hotels that think they're doing you a favor by allowing you to sleep there. Plus, for those with kids in tow, they have the Ritz Kids program for kids ages 5 through 12, which features supervised activities, movies, beach excursions, and more.

Fisher Island Club
Located on an exclusive island just off Miami Beach, this hotel is a luxurious cross between Fantasy Island, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, and Survivor. But you will not be roughing it on this island, which serves as a retreat for those with enough money to afford it, including the likes of Luciano Pavarotti and Oprah Winfrey (who sold her multimillion-dollar condo here in favor of a multi-, multimillion manse in Santa Barbara).To get to the resort, visitors and residents take a private ferry, which shuttles guests to and from the mainland every 15 to 20 minutes. It can be somewhat of a hassle -- especially if you need to make a quick return to the island -- but it does run on a very regular schedule. Be forewarned that the ferry lets residents on first, so if there's no room after all the Rolls Royces and Ferraris roll on, you're outta luck and will have to wait for the next one. Don't worry if you are carless -- on this exclusive island, golf carts will get you anywhere you need to go.As for location, you're only minutes from the airport, South Beach, Coral Gables, and Coconut Grove (not counting ferry time). Still, considering the pampering you'll receive in this former Vanderbilt mansion turned resort extraordinaire, you probably won't want to leave the seclusion of the island for the frenetic city. Rooms vary in size and shape, and cottages come with hot tubs. A world-class spa and club offer all the amenities you could imagine. And you definitely won't go hungry: The elegant Vanderbilt Club offers Continental cuisine; the Beach Club and Golfer's Grill serve basic but expensive sandwiches and salads; an Italian cafe prepares good pizza and pastas; and a gourmet general store sells everything else. On top of it all, enjoy mixing and mingling with some of the most offbeat millionaires in the world -- you know, the kind who tug their Gucci-clad pooches around in their Rolls Royce golf carts.


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