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"...We'd recommend anyone to go to St Pete's beach of Florida's coast. We wanted to have a beach holiday in Florida without the stress of all the theme parks. The beach was fabulous and child-friendly, and the accommodation, standards and value for money were excellent. We also had been on the same boat as the presenter and his family and the kids were really excited about seeing the dolphins in the wild."
"...We stayed on Anna Maria in October 2005. Really beautiful with a peaceful atmosphere. After seven nights we headed down to Siesta Key for a few more days. Nice to be away from the Orlando crowds. We stayed at Tropic Isle Inn - around 20 rooms - all beautifully fitted out just across the road from the beach."
"...We have spent several holidays on the Gulf Coast, and always come back wishing we could have stayed longer! The highlights have been watching the dolphins play just a few feet away at the pass in Clearwater Beach and in the harbour at St John's Pass, collecting exotic shells on Sanibel Island, watching the most wonderful sunsets at Siesta Key and having a whole beach to ourselves one Sunday afternoon in August at Turtle Beach! Everyone was so friendly, with great shopping, wonderful fish restaurants and a very laid-back atmosphere. Wish I was back there already!"

Disney`s Caribbean Beach Resort   Florida is a vacationer’s paradise. Where else can you find so many beaches, great weather and theme parks packed into one place. In at least one way it makes little difference when you visit: warm sunshine and blue skies are almost always a fact of life. Florida does, however, split into two climatic zones: subtropical in the south and warm temperate in the north. Orlando and points south have very mild winters (October to April), with warm temperatures and low humidity.
  Brochure images of tanning flesh and Mickey Mouse give an inaccurate and incomplete picture of FLORIDA . Although the aptly nicknamed "Sunshine State" is indeed devoted to the tourist trade, it's also among the least-understood parts of the US. Away from its overexposed resorts lie forests and rivers, deserted strands filled with wildlife, vibrant cities and primeval swamps.
  In many respects Florida is still evolving. Seven hundred people a day move to the state, now the fourth most populous in the nation.

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  The hotels in florida are known for their luxuries and unspeakable romances. The south beach florida hotels, hotels in key west florida, hotels southbeach miami florida, palm coast florida hotels, destin florida hotels, hotels in miami florida, naples florida hotels, orlando florida hotels and hollywood hotels are the best hotels in America.
  Florida has long held the title of "Most Kid Friendly Vacation Destination" due to an abundance of theme parks and miles of sandy beaches.
  The orange blossom state, Florida is home of Walt Disney World, an amusement park near Orlando, and many other theme parks. The Walt Disney World Resort with four theme parks, numerous water parks, exquisite florida hotels, shopping centers are major tourist attractions of the state.
  Disney is a great place to visit, whether you love Mickey Mouse or great rides and attraction, Disney cannot be beat.
  Destin, Jacksonville, Key West, Miami, Naples, Tampa, Saint Petersburg, Hialeah, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Tallahassee, Pembroke Pines and Hollywood are the gem cities of Florida.
  If you love hot cities with great dance clubs and a great beach, then Miami is for you. With wonderful culture and great architecture, Miami is one of the world’s finest cities. If you love the sea and beautiful marine biology, check out Key West, with some of the greatest reefs and marine life, Key West can’t be beat.

Best Of Florida

  Ocean Drive, Miami
South Beach's finest Art Deco showpiece with cosmopolitan cafes, flashy vintage cars and wannabe models.
   Mangrove Mama's , Sugarloaf Key
Quintessential Florida Keys food joint, serving super-fresh conch fritters and Key Lime pie.
   Little Havana, Miami
Lunch on Cuban specialties and cafe con leche in this Hispanic enclave.
   Key West
Funky, anything-goes town, which feels like it's at the end of the world.
   St Augustine
Sixteenth century Spanish town packed with historic interest and a handful of lovely beaches.
   Walt Disney World, Orlando
Pure entertainment, planned down to the last detail, yet irresistible all the same.
   Everglades National Park
Bike or hike through the vast sawgrass plains of the legendary Everglades, or canoe through alligator-filled mangrove swamps.
  Destin is commonly known as ‘The World's Luckiest Fishing Village’. Jacksonville or J-Ville is dubbed as “Where Florida Begins”. Key West is known as the Southernmost City. Miami is nicknamed as the “Magic City”. Orlando is widely known as “The Imaginary City”. Tallahassee is popularly dubbed as “Tally-Ho” or “The Hill” and Tampa is nicknamed as “The Cigar City”.
  The state is also home to the Kennedy Space Center. St. Augustine, located on the coast of Northern Florida, is the oldest city in the United States, settled in the sixteenth century by Spain. If you like science, explore the Kennedy Space center and Cape Canaveral, this has been the site of many space shuttle launches. There are also cool attractions on site dealing with space. So whether you are in the mood for night life, a fun time with the family or a great time enjoying nature and the sea, there is no better place to be than Florida.
  Florida is surprisingly compact, and easy to get around by car: crossing between the east and west coasts takes a couple of hours, and one of the longest trips - between the western extremity of the Panhandle and Miami - can be done in a day.

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  In central Florida the terrain turns green, though it's no rural idyll: this is where you'll find Orlando and Walt Disney World, one of the world's leading tourist destinations. From here it's just a skip north to the forests of the Panhandle , Florida's link with the Deep South, or to the towns and beaches of the west coast . To the south, and also easily accessible from Miami, stretches the Everglades , a swampy sawgrass plain filled with camera-friendly (but otherwise unfriendly) alligators.
  Beaches make up over a thousand miles of Florida’s coastline and one of the best, in fact the very best in the US, is in St Pete’s - the seven miles of North Beach. It was nominated the best beach in the nation in 2005. Florida is well known for its family-friendly hotels but you can choose to stay in a regular home.
Top Florida Restaurants:

  • Victoria & Albert's, Orlando
  • Pierres, Islamorada, Florida Keys
  • Mezzanotte, Coconut Grove
  • Casa Tina, Dunedin
  • Red Lantern, Coconut Grove
  • Palm, Bal Harbour
  • Ortanique on the Mile, Coral Gables
  • Gelateria Parmalat, Miami Beach
  • Cafe Chardonnay, Palm Beach Gardens
  • El Toro Taco, Homestead
  •   Naples Beach is the most exciting beach front we have ever been to with hundreds of different birds, dozens of pelicans diving for fish and a sea full of dolphins, rays and exotic fish. It's also a beautiful, empty, sandy beach. Naples Beach and the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club is one of the most beautiful places to stay in Florida. The hotel is right on the beach and we have just returned from Christmas there with Virgin Hols
      Anna Maria Island is lovely. It's the old-fashioned Florida, laid-back and relaxing. It's paradise and I can't wait to go back. The sand is blinding, icing sugar white. There are loads of seabirds, fish and dolphins. The food at Rotten Ralphs is great, set out in a Marina where the dolphins come up to play. There are also the most amazing sunsets. It's bliss!! Anna Marie Island is an island to explore with completely perfect surroundings. The blue sky, white sands and amazing sunsets an experience you won't forget!
      Visit Cocoa beach if you like surfing, it's great fun for every one. If you are going to Florida we definetly recommend swimming with the dolphins at Discovery Cove: it is worth every penny.
      If you are in desperate need of a great vacation, then come and visit Florida. Florida has it all, great weather, beautiful beaches and super fun family and honeymoon resorts. It is our favourite place in the world, there is so much to see and do and it is for all ages.

      First hand information is far better than any brochure or pamphlet, and this Florida trip advisor is invaluable when choosing the right resort or cruise. Look at the following Florida travel reviews and use it as your personal trip advisor.
    "...On our last evening in Tampa, we walked from our hotel to find this restaurant wondering what the place was like. When we walked in, we were greeted with the sounds of a piano player and by the most pleasant staff I've ever met. They couldn't do enough for us. The service was outstanding and the food was the melt on your tongue type. The view of the sunset over Tampa Bay and watching the water fowl only made a romantic night even more special. Anytime I am in the area, the Rusty Pelican will always be on my places to stop list..."


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