I’ll be honest, when I first learned that I was going to Miami I immediately knew I wanted to visit the Miami graffiti walls. For the picture. No, really.

I didn’t know what the Wynwood Walls are or why they are there, but I’m very happy I found out. I’m amazed at the talent and what they’ve done to the neighborhood. I have the utmost respect for innovative communities like Wynwood.

Take a look at the talent… and keep scrolling for some sugar.

Wynwood Walls | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com
Wynwood Walls | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com
Wynwood Walls | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com
Wynwood Walls | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com
Wynwood Walls | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com
Wynwood Walls | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com

A few blocks from the Wynwood Walls is The Salty Donut. It’s definitely a treat yo self kinda place. They serve Intelligista coffee and make crazy good donuts. I had one filled with Nutella. NOM.

Salty Donut | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com

Leave a Reply

Start typing and press Enter to search

10 Reasons to love the Mandarin Oriental Miami {Plus a surprise} | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.comThe Shop in Portland, Maine | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | meaghanmurray.com