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Ritz-Carlton, Naples, Florida

Recently renovated, this ultra-ritzy Gulf Coast resort retains its Old World style while catering to families with new programs and amenities. The Ritz-Carlton, Naples is proof that this venerable hotel brand is giving more than lip service to its youngest guests. Friendly front desk staff on the lookout for newly arriving kids, separate pool areas for the active set and the serenity seekers,...

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Tallahassee, Florida Attractions

Think you know Florida? Make sure you don't overlook the capital city--Tallahassee has its own Southern charm and family fun.Think you know Florida? Make sure you don't overlook the capital city--Tallahassee has its own Southern charm and family fun. Why is the capital city of Tallahassee, located 25 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico, affectionately known as "Florida with...

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Pet Friendly Places to Stay on Fort Myers Beach

My husband and I always travel with our beloved pooch, Mimi.  That's why I always try to find pet friendly rentals for my rental business.We reside on Fort Myers Beach, Florida.  This is a small island coummunity located in Southwest Florida.  An fun and intimate island, seven miles long with seven miles of white sand.  Family friendly...

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Key West Welcomes Gay Families With Fun

This "rainbow" Florida Key is especially welcoming to LGBT families, who will find many child-friendly places and things to do within a very accepting community of fellow travelers.The character and characters of Key West areas colorful as the rainbow flags flying on many a business door, welcoming gay tourists and their families to the community. “Key West is one of the original gay...

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Pensacola: The Hidden Heart Of Florida

From the Blue Angels air show to the sparkling green waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola is more than a beach, it's a hot spot of culture, history, and fun. From the Blue Angels air show to the sparkling green waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola is more than a beach, it's a hot spot of culture, history, and fun. Most of the locals I met around Pensacola, Florida, had...

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Florida’s Pensacola Bay Area Restaurants

Dining venues that welcome the kids, serving everything from chowder to chateaubriand.Pensacola has much to offer families and adults looking for a dining experience beyond the usual fried seafood and kitschy tourist traps so often found in beach communities. We were surprised to find everything from simple, fresh seafood to innovative cuisine with international influences. Some of our favorites...

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The 11 Best Things for Grandparents to Do with Their Grandkids in Orlando

Here is a list of my favorite 11 things to do with my grandparents in Orlando Around Orlando: AA++ Eat at NBA City. NBA City is located right next to City Walk, part of Universal Studios. NBA City is a five-minute walk from Islands of Adventure and three minutes from City Walk. If you like basketball or don't much, like me, you will...

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Florida Is Really Fun

I went to a resort called Sandestin. It is so big it has it’s own zip code. Sandestin is located in Destin, Florida. It is 2,400 acres in size. We stayed on the 20th floor of one of the main hotels. It had 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, 3 televisions a kitchen and living room plus a nice view of the beach. There are a great variety of prices at Sandestin because there are really fancy hotels...

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Sharing a Find in “Old Florida”

My wife and I enjoy your newsletter. We recently moved to Cape San Blas, to a small town on Florida’s Panhandle Gulf Coast and we love it here. We’ve lived all over and are turning all of our friends onto the little-known beaches that have been ranked #1. Yesterday evening I took our 5- and 8-year-old kids and our dog and played on the...

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Dining Medieval Family Style in Orlando

My mom and I were able to visit a place and time long gone at the "Castle," located on Highway 192 in Kissimmee, Florida. Not sure what to expect, I was intrigued by the place called Medieval Times (866/543-9637). My mom and I were able to visit a place and time long gone at the "Castle," located on Highway 192 in Kissimmee, Florida. Not sure what to expect, I was...

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