A year ago I lived in Florida City, now I live outside Fort Pierce lol TFlorida city isn't that bad, has a bad rap because the majority of the people are central american and many people in Miami blame them for Miami's problems... Number one should be Miami as a whole, everyone thinks Miami is all Miami beach but its mostly slums and people barely making it. Not to mention every other person has to have the most expensive clothes, purse, or civic, making it a city of chongas. And if you are anything other than Cuban, don't expect to be greeted with open arms. Also, being born and living a good portion of my life in Georgia and Tennessee, two southern states notorious for being 'backwards', I can safely say that Miami was the most segregated and prejudice against blacks, and homophobia was rampant.
It is really gratifying because it is the maximum to live here, it is quiet and comfortable
It's good because I love everything, there's nothing to complain about
High crime rates and high poverty rates. Many thieves around those parts of Florida. The road work is horrible. Their is liquor stores on every corner in some parts of Florida city and I don't think that's what the kids need to grow up around.
It's an all around horrible place to even drive through the people there are always watching you as you drive by like if they want to install fear in you.
Florida is the third most populated state in the United States, one of the most diverse in terms of the origin of its population and with a tropical climate very different from the rest of the country. All these characteristics make the state famous nationally for being "weird" or "extravagant".
"There are 20 million people living in Florida and almost 100 million tourists every year, they are not evenly distributed in the territory, they are confined in a space of 40 or 50 kilometers along the coast and near Disney World.", explains in conversation with BBC Mundo.
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