Accessible Travel: St. Augustine History via the Braille Trail

By Janet K. Keeler St. Augustine is a city of history. An old Spanish fort, a picturesque lighthouse and a pedestrian-only district that drops visitors into the past but with a nod to the needs of modern travelers. Don’t leave pedestrian-friendly St. George Street without a mango mojito ice pop from…

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Accessible Travel: Surfing on Florida’s East Coast

By Janet K. Keeler Water lovers have been riding the surf on Florida’s East Coast since the 1930s on waves around piers and inlets. The swells become even more swell when there’s a storm brewing out in the Atlantic Ocean. Those bigger waves tend to come during the hurricane season but for newbies…

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Accessible Travel: Smartphone Tour of Miami Beach Art Deco District

By Janet K. Keeler There’s more than nightlife that’s wild in Miami Beach. It’s also wild that Miami Beach has the world’s largest collection of Art Deco buildings in one place. Wilder still in the modern age of tearing down old and building new, is that the buildings have been preserved. The Miami…

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Cool Block in Key West: Duval Street

By Lauren Tjaden Notorious. Epic. Legendary. That’s Duval Street in Key West, a quirky, free-spirited place where roosters roam among the tourists and historic buildings, where normal concerns and decorum dissolve in the tropical breeze. A mere 1.25 miles long, Key West’s main drag is nicknamed…

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Family Fun: Florida’s Inflatable Water Parks

By Kellilynn Hann Summer. It’s all about getting outside, having fun, and making memories with the people you love. However, it’s often challenging to find an activity that parents, teens, and young kids can all enjoy together. The perfect solution? Take the family to one of Florida’s inflatable…

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Family Fun: Camping in Lake Louisa State Park

By Kevin Mims When it comes to family vacations, there’s nothing quite like a week spent camping at a Florida state park. Lake Louisa State Park in Clermont, which has six lakes and encompasses 4,500 acres of unspoiled natural beauty, is a top family-friendly camping destination, not only for its…

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Family Fun: Finding Shark Teeth on Caspersen Beach in Venice, Fla.

By Dalia Colón For a family vacation that takes a bite out of adventure, head to Caspersen Beach. Located about 25 miles south of Sarasota in the coastal town of Venice, Caspersen Beach is one of the best places in Florida—and on the planet, really—for finding shark teeth. In fact, the…

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A Guide to Florida’s Roller Coasters

By Dalia Colón Florida is home to countless thrills, from breathtaking sunsets to awe-inspiring space shuttle launches. For visitors who can’t get enough adventure, buckle up for these rip-roaring roller coaster rides. These parks feature roller coasters filled with thrills. Whether it’s a coaster…

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