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Must Do Things On A Florida Holiday
A Florida holiday is like no other - Florida revels in its role as the world’s favourite playground. Yet its never-ending beaches, easy going lifestyle and world-famous theme parks only tell part of the Sunshine State’s story. The Keys are testimony to its enduring love affair with the sea; the Everglades is a fascinating wilderness left pretty much as nature intended; and the vibrant Latino culture of Miami has transformed it into one of America’s most fashionable cities. For white knuckle rides and breakfasts with Goofy, Orlando Florida is the place for you, with Walt Disney World’s four different theme parks, Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure providing endless hours of fun. Those looking for endless white sand beaches, meanwhile, should focus on the Gulf (or West) Coast and resort of Naples. Less sophisticated and more slow-paced than the East Cost of Florida, attractions include waterways flanked by stunning millionaires’ homes, world-class golf courses and the chance to spot wild dolphins playing in the ocean.
On the East Coast of Florida in affluent Palm Beach you’ll find the ritzy summer homes of some of America’s most respected families, the designer boutiques of Worth Avenue and the manicured greens of countless golf courses. Miami is much less pristine and far more cutting edge. A fast paced, high energy city on the water, its hotels, spas, restaurants and shopping malls all vie with each other for ‘number one’ status, those in South Beach often winning the race. Very Cuban, very exciting and very 24 hour, where else are the restaurants owned by world famous superstars? Whatever part of Florida you choose to holiday in, make the most of it splash out! Stay in a luxury villa like a superstar – drink cocktails by your own private pool, and enjoy the Florida sun.
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