Fidel Castro walking the streets of Miami.
It happened -- a long time ago.
The man who would become the ire of Cuban exiles and 10 U.S. presidents visited three different times -- holding court at a well known coral house in Little Havana, a Miami Beach hotel and a defunct Flagler Street theater.
His first visit was in 1948, when he came for his honeymoon. The next year, he came to hide.
And in 1955, he stumped through the area as a revolutionary and found support among Miami exiles waiting out the ouster of Fulgencio Batista.
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