My hometown regularly gets written up in travel magazines, especially this time of year. It's usually amusing to see what travel writers choose to emphasize.
Here's one with a particularly odd and sexist leed: Coral Gables – The Hidden Gem of Miami
South Beach might be the party girl that you stay out with until the sun comes up, but its neighbor Coral Gables is much more like the girl-next-door. A bit more quiet and reserved, yet classy and upscale with substance and style, while showing off its classic beauty.
How should one anthropomorphize Coral Gables? Some kind of (sub)urban professional who likes a good time, but in moderation?