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Gayot Miami Restaurants: Including West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Keys (Gayot’s Restaurants Series)

by KathrineAnn posted Wednesday, May 2nd 2012.

Gayot Miami Restaurants: Including West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Keys (Gayot’s Restaurants Series)
Featuring over 1,000 reviews and ratings in a handy pocket trim size, Miami Restaurants covers every worthy restaurant in the greater Miami area and South Florida, from Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale to the Keys. The connoisseur is shown where to enjoy dishes influenced by Spanish, Cuban, Jamaican, and South American cooking traditions, from tamarind

The Dolphin Watcher’s Guide to Southwest Florida

by KathrineAnn posted Saturday, April 28th 2012.

The Dolphin Watcher’s Guide to Southwest Florida
Watch dolphins the way nature intended! Southwest Florida offers endless opportunities for up-close and personal encounters with wild bottlenose dolphins. Spending time with dolphins is easy — if you know where to look! This fun and unique guide covers the best dolphin watching spots on the Florida Gulf Coast.  You (and the kids!) can see

Key West: A Guide to Florida’s Southernmost City (Tourist Town Guides)

by KathrineAnn posted Tuesday, April 24th 2012.

Key West: A Guide to Florida’s Southernmost City (Tourist Town Guides)
Explore Key West, the continental U.S.’s southernmost city, with Tourist Town GuidesR. This completely independent guide, revised and updated, will help you plan the perfect vacation, with information about:. must-see beaches and activities. the best restaurants and bars. at-a-glance “top 5” recommendationsTravel prepared-use Tourist Town GuidesR to help make the best decisions on how to

Legoland Florida for Adults: 12 Tips to Enjoy Your Trip

by KathrineAnn posted Monday, April 23rd 2012.

Legoland Florida for Adults: 12 Tips to Enjoy Your Trip
Legoland Florida is a Central Florida theme park built on the site of the old Cypress Gardens. This new theme park, which is only 45 minutes away from Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Florida, and the other Orlando parks, is targeted to kids between the ages of two and 12. What about adults who want

Hidden Florida Keys and Everglades: Including Key Largo and Key West (Hidden Travel)

by KathrineAnn posted Sunday, April 22nd 2012.

Hidden Florida Keys and Everglades: Including Key Largo and Key West (Hidden Travel)
EXPLORE THE HIDDEN REALM•Lose the tourist crowds gator-watching in Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary•Savor a piece of luscious homemade Key lime pie at Mangrove Mama’s•Watch the fire-red sunset as you sip a minty mojito at the Top Lounge•Luxuriate on a porcelain-white beach at the ultra-exclusive The MooringsAnd many more Hidden gems, including fragrant tropical gardens, wharfside restaurants,

Key West Travel Guide

by KathrineAnn posted Sunday, April 22nd 2012.

Key West Travel Guide
Offbeat Guides creates personalized, up-to-date travel guides that cover over 30,000 travel destinations worldwide using a combination of search technology and curation by both amateur and professional travel experts.Offbeat Guides creates personalized, up-to-date travel guides that cover over 30,000 travel destinations worldwide using a combination of search technology and curation by both amateur and professional

Great American Vacation Ideas: The Florida Keys Pocket Travel Guide

by KathrineAnn posted Wednesday, April 18th 2012.

Great American Vacation Ideas: The Florida Keys Pocket Travel Guide
The Florida Keys Pocket Travel Guide is a comprehensive, concise guide to one of the country’s most spectacular tropical paradises. This searchable guide is all you will need as you descend deep into the Florida Keys. Inside you will find: •Detailed guides for each major and minor Key (attractions, lodging, dining, shopping) •A look at

Key West on the Edge: Inventing the Conch Republic

by KathrineAnn posted Wednesday, April 18th 2012.

Key West on the Edge: Inventing the Conch Republic
Neither Florida nor Cuba; neither American nor Caribbean“Key West is an island steeped in lore, from Hemingway to Fantasy Fest, but behind the façade of Margaritaville lie buried tensions and conflicts in need of examination. Kerstein provides a much-needed dose of reality in the form of a masterfully researched study of the island’s tourism industry,

Lonely Planet Miami and the Keys (Regional Travel Guide)

by KathrineAnn posted Tuesday, April 17th 2012.

Lonely Planet Miami and the Keys (Regional Travel Guide)
Beauty is the name of the game here. From fashion models to deco hotels, beach sunrises to alluring islands, South Florida is an aesthetic masterpiece. Adam Karlin, Lonely Planer Writer Our Promise You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every edition. We never accept

The Best Beaches in Florida: A rundown of the top 10 most charming Florida beaches for a relaxing and exciting beach vacation (U.S. Beach Guides)

by KathrineAnn posted Friday, April 13th 2012.

The Best Beaches in Florida: A rundown of the top 10 most charming Florida beaches for a relaxing and exciting beach vacation (U.S. Beach Guides)
5 Star Reviews: “This work really did a great job at discussing the local attractions, activities, and people who you will be encountering at these beaches…Overall, a great read and will serve everyone well who reads it!” “The author gives just enough information about the historical backgrounds of these beaches so that the reader will
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