Reflection of buildings in the river by Ponte Vecchio.
Stravinsky Fountain by the Pompidou is the most beautiful fountain area I’ve seen anywhere. The design is amazingly clever and cool. There’s so much going on in the fountain area that you can spend a good half hour staring at all the different types of fountains. Furthermore, the graffiti of the guy signaling “shhhhhh” is so mysterious. I highly recommend you find this park when you’re in Paris.
Venice is really beautiful, but not a place I’d spend much time at (especially if you’re young / looking to party and eat well). It’s definitely worth visiting because it is so unique, but I liked Florence and Rome far more than I liked Venice.
Photo taken from the train.
This is a sunset by Ponte Veccio in Florence. It’s an easy walk from the center and has a bunch of boutiques and restaurants surrounding it. If you cross Ponte Veccio and make the first left, you’ll find a restaurant called Golden View that has incredible food. I particularly recommend their truffle dishes (pizza, ravioli).
South Beach, Miami
Do yourself a favor- any city you go to, rent a bike and take a bike ride around the city. You’ll see more in less time while enjoying the actual biking itself (not to mention the great workout you get!). In this particular photo, I biked all the way down to the edge of South Beach and rode alongside the water until I got to these rocks that stretched out hundreds (if not thousands) of feet into the middle of the ocean (where the photo is taken from).
Pro Tip: Bike everywhere during the day. No need to take cabs when everything is biking distance. Cabs in Miami can be expensive and traffic can be brutal at times.