50 Things to Do in Miami Beach

By Lauren Tjaden Iconic, legendary and always vibrant, Miami Beach offers a smorgasbord of things to do. You can experience blockbuster clubs that include the The Palace, where mimosas and drag queens take center stage at the club’s famous drag show brunch; tour the Historic Art Deco District to…

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Exploring the Jacksonville Area on a Budget

By Cristin Wilson Looking for adventure? A bit of romance? Some quality family time? All are possible in the Jacksonville area, and without breaking the bank. Here are three itineraries that can be done for under $50. If the sunshine doesn't make you smile, these budget-friendly ideas will…

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Adventurous Activities in Jacksonville, Fla.

By Janet K. Keeler Jacksonville is Florida’s largest city both in population (about 840,000) and landmass (888 square miles). Even with all those residents (add another 22,000 for Jacksonville Beach ), there are plenty of ways to get your adventure on in Jax. The city is just miles from the roaring…

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Ideas for Your Family Vacation in the Florida Keys

By Jodi Mailander Farrell Think of the Florida Keys as a 125-mile island chain of family fun. From beach camping and snorkeling to gentle animal encounters with dolphins and native Key deer, there are so many one-of-a-kind experiences in the Florida Keys that every day can be filled with epic…

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12 Things You Must Do in Pensacola

By Amy Minchin For more than 450 years, people have traveled to Pensacola in search of new experiences. Tristán de Luna of Spain led America’s first settlement attempt here in 1559. This westernmost Florida city is proud of its historic downtown and white sandy beaches, new Pensacola attractions…

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Bahia Honda State Park: Beaches, Snorkeling and Camping in the Keys

By Carlos Harrison Bahia Honda State Park can boast that it was the first-ever Florida site to make #1 on Dr. Beach's famous "Best Beaches" list. That was in 1992, nearly 500 years after the first Spanish explorers sailed past and gave it its name – “Deep Bay.” The soothingly secluded white-sand…

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A Dining and History Tour of St. Augustine

By Julie Deily Almost seven years ago, Curtis and I visited St. Augustine for a long weekend. It wasn't the first time visiting for either of us, but it was our first time visiting together. We have great memories of that trip. We didn't have a lot of money but we still had a blast. So given…

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7 Reasons to Visit Fort Lauderdale, Florida’s Gay Capital

By Jodi Mailander Farrell Progressive Fort Lauderdale has been proudly celebrating and courting the LGBTQ community for decades, recently incorporating transgender models into its mainstream tourism ads. The diverse and cosmopolitan city benefits from what Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith (D-Orlando)…

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9 Ways to Have the Best Ever Visit to Fort Lauderdale

By Kara Franker Dreaming of sun, sand and seafood? A Fort Lauderdale weekend is calling your name. This town has it all: waterfront restaurants and bars, fabulous resorts, lots to do and a gorgeous stretch of golden-sand beach. If you're looking for a list of fun things to do to have the best…

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