¿Sabias que... Pinecrest? • Did you know... Pinecrest?


Pinecrest es un pueblo suburbano en el condado de Miami-Dade, Florida, Estados Unidos de América.


Es el hogar del Pinecrest Gardens, que ha sido descrita como la "joya de la corona" del sistema de parques del pueblo. Conocido como el Parque Cultural de las Artes del Sur de Florida, es un gran parque que presenta mas de 1,000 variedades de plantas y arboles tropicales exoticos.


Como dato curioso, Pinecrest tecnicamente no es una ciudad o un pueblo, sino una villa (village), y se clasifica constantemente como uno de los codigos postales mas caros del pais. No hace falta decir que puede que no sea una buena opcion para una familia numerosa que viaja con un presupuesto limitado, pero su proximidad a muchas de las atracciones mas populares del estado lo convierte en una buena opcion para aquellos con mucho dinero.


Tambien esta Pinecrest Bakery, que esta abierta las 24 horas y tiene una agradable variedad de cosas buenas para disfrutar, muchas de las cuales tienen influencias cubanas y latinoamericanas.


Por ultimo, pero no menos importante, tambien podemos visitar Matheson Hammock Park, cerca de Old Cutler Road, esta prospera villa suburbana de Pinecrest es reconocida a nivel nacional como Tree City USA, Playful City USA y Community of Respect. En 2011, Pinecrest fue reconocido como uno de los diez mejores lugares de Florida por su "calidad de vida" por el respetado South Florida Business Journal.


Entonces, ¿que piensas de esta maravillosa ciudad? ¡Para mí, suena como un gran lugar para comenzar una nueva vida en un nuevo hogar!


Pinecrest is a suburban village in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States of America.


It's the house of the Pinecrest Gardens, that has been described as the "crown jewel" of the village's park system. Known as South Florida's Cultural Arts Park, it is a large park featuring over 1,000 varieties of exotic tropical plants and trees.


As a fun fact, Pinecrest is technically not a city or a town, but a village, and it is consistently ranked as one of the country’s most expensive zip codes. Needless to say, it may not be a good fit for a large family traveling on a budget, but its proximity to many of the state’s most popular attractions makes it a good fit for those with deep pockets.


There is also the Pinecrest Bakery, which is open 24 hours and has an enjoyable variety of good to enjoy, much of which has Cuban and Latin American influences.


Last but not least we can also visit the Matheson Hammock Park, nearby the Old Cutler Road,

this affluent suburban village of Pinecrest is nationally recognized as a Tree City USA, a Playful City USA, and a Community of Respect. In 2011, Pinecrest was recognized as one of the ten best places in Florida for "quality of life," by the respected South Florida Business Journal.


So what do you think about this wonderful city? For me, it sounds like a great place to start a new life in a new home!

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