Wednesday, December 03, 2014
Cementery Woodlawn Park
Miami car service for the Cemetery Woodlawn Park
No matter what we are or how much we have, at the end of our days the cemetery is the usual last house for many people (unless they chose to be cremated). Despite the typical terror movie cliches, a cemetery could be as interesting as a museum, just that it is specialized in headstones and other dead motives.
The Woodlawn Park was opened in 1913, it is one of the oldest cemeteries in Miami, and is the biggest one. It is the last house for many Cuban refugees. There is a black marble wall to the Cuban Liberty Unknown Soldier, dead in the failed invasion of the Cochinos Bay in 1961. Two exile former Cuban presidents and the Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza are buried there.
A private vehicle for a private moment with family
Furthermore, some headstones are truly artwork develop by artists to represent the death and the pain of the survived relatives, mostly with religious motives. It is located next to Little Havana, so it can be visited in a car along other near places, and if you have a car it would be easier to visit not only the cemetery but also some other places. The car is more useful if you came along your family or friends, the public service is cheaper but a slow way to move.
Regarding these reasons, we could provide you a good Miami car service to make easier your visit to the Cemetery Woodlawn Park. No matter if you want a sedan, a sport car, a SUV, we guarantee any of them are secure, comfortable, and have style. Besides, if you prefer to have a chauffeur, the car service is available too, just contact us.