Beach Heat: Miami - Netflix
Set in the playground of the rich & famous with sunbathers from around the globe. Following the sultry affairs of the lifeguards of Miami Beach, Florida (South Beach). Two 'player' lifeguards, Cale and Jace, man Tower Nine on South Beach. In-between saving lives they manage to fit in a lot of picking up on women, hitting the parties and causing a lot of drama! In Sobe, having sex with every pretty vacationer they can get their hands on becomes an every day occurrence, until their Lieutenant catches wind of it and drops a bombshell on them. A rookie virgin blond bombshell, Brooke to be exact. Brooke is the rookie who screws up Cale & Jace's fun. The boy's go bananas over her but her naive innocence causes drama and the boys just cant handle her saying no.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Beach Heat: Miami - Tri-Rail - Netflix
Tri-Rail (reporting mark TRCX) is a commuter rail line linking Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, Florida, United States. The Tri prefix in the name refers to the three counties served by the railroad, Palm Beach County, Broward County, and Miami-Dade County. Tri-Rail is managed by the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA) along CSX Transportation's former Miami Subdivision, the line now wholly owned by the Florida DOT. The 70.9-mile-long (114.1 km) system has 18 stations along the Southeast Florida coast, and connects directly to Amtrak at numerous stations, and to Metrorail at the Tri-Rail and Metrorail Transfer Station and at Miami Airport station. A second Tri-Rail line on the Florida East Coast Railway corridor, dubbed the “Coastal Link”, is being planned, to be operational by 2020. The planned line will operate between Jupiter and Government Center in Downtown Miami, and add passenger rail between the downtown areas of West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami. Combined with the existing Tri-Rail line, the Tri-Rail system would have a daily passenger ridership of almost 30,000; or approximately 9 million passengers per annum, doubling Tri-Rail's current ridership.
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