Have you ever seen someone dressed as Santa Claus walking barefoot along the beach during the holidays? It may not be all that unusual here in South Florida, and it's one of the many examples of how different the holiday experience is over here than say, New York, where the presence of snow and the various holiday-themed events present something closer to the typical idea of the holidays. Speaking of snow, there has yet to be any snowfall since the last time it happened in 1977. With the warmer climate, how do South Floridians get into the holiday spirit?
The perennial Santa's Enchanted Forest is essentially like walking into the equivalent of a winter wonderland. Full of decorations, elaborate holiday light displays, and plenty of rides the so-called “world's largest holiday theme park” remains a South Florida fixture. Another annual tradition is watching the Miami Heat play a competitive game at the American Airlines Arena on Christmas Day, with this year's opponent being the New Orleans Pelicans. Anyone who wishes to go caroling will be able to join fellow carolers in Miami Beach's Lincoln Road on Sunday at 7:30 pm.
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