In the day time the citizens give preference to the family leisure. Many set off to the suburban areas or to the beaches to enjoy delicious barbecue and outdoor recreation. On the 4th of July the city dies out, the streets are sinking in silence and the pedestrians and cars are rather rare. However at nightfall things are changing and after the grand fire show Miami turns into the upscale night club.
The loud music and airy laugh is heard everywhere. People are relaxing right in the street, dancing in the open air, tryinh treats and drinks in the sidewalk cafes. The folk festival lasts till the early morning. On the 4th of July all the restaurants, cafes and bars are open till the dawn. Only by 7 am of the next day the visitors are leaving the entertaining establishments. The citizens go home to recharge and build up the strength after the most significant national holiday.
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