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    Impressions of Seaworld Roeffie, Orlando Date Added: Jul 7, 2014

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    Everglades Tour GracesTrips, Miami Date Added: Apr 21, 2014

  • Madasabull's video

    We were only passing through for the day, but it is so lovely here, we had to stay a whole week. It is a place I would love to return one day.

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    Beautiful Beaches and Art Deco Madasabull, Miami Date Added: Dec 12, 2013

    It was just like we had imagined, beautiful beaches you could actually get on, and the wonderful Art Deco buildings.

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    On our 6 week road trip of the Southern States, we paid another visit to the Everglades, and this time to the Everglades National Park. On route, we saw a local guy standing on a barrier shouting about the biggest Saltwater Croc he had ever seen. Is it a Salty?

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    Magic Kingdom Madasabull, Orlando Date Added: Dec 11, 2013

    This was amazing, and if you are in Orlando with children, or without, this is a must see place. And the Dreams Come True show in the evening is fantastic.

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    Busch Gardens Tampa Florida Madasabull, Tampa Date Added: Dec 10, 2013

    Our trip wouldnt have been compete without a trip out to Busch Gardens in Tampa, and we loved it. Loads of great rides and thinks for the children to do, and us.

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    Universal Orlando Florida Madasabull, Orlando Date Added: Dec 10, 2013

    This was a really great day. Loads of great rides and buildings to remind you of films you love, like Jaws, and of course the Blues Brothers

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    Seaworld Orlando Madasabull, Orlando Date Added: Dec 10, 2013

    An amazing place with loads to do and see. But try not to go in the hottest time of the year, my teenage children were struggling in the heat.

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    If your visiting the Everglades, you have to have a ride on an Air Boat. It is great fun and you get to see a bit more of the wildlife.

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    On our way down to Key West from Key Largo, we found Robbie's of Islamorada where you can purchase some fish to feed the wild Tarpon that come in to feed here.

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    Oh dear, we watched the fishing boats pass our hotel daily, and thought it would be a good idea to go fishing on one. Bad idea for that day. We were so sick.

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    Key West Madasabull, Florida Keys Date Added: Dec 8, 2013

    What a lovely place this is, it has the most going on for fun and nightlife I think, but I don't feel it is the most beautiful place in the Keys.

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    Driving through the Florida Keys is lovely. Beautiful water and views all the way through.

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    Manatees Tom_In_Madison, Crystal River Date Added: Nov 29, 2013

    Manatees sleeping

  • grasshopper_6's video

    My kids are getting older but I feel fortunate they still make the time to go on our annual scallop trip.
    We had 7 divers this time and had to charter a bigger boat!

  • TheTravelSlut's video

    More Capt. Bob's airboat tours in Florida near Vero Beach on the east coast.

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    Incredible 1 hour airboat tours of Florida Everglades & marshland nature, flora, and wildlife.

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    I'm returning to the all-inclusive Hedonism II resort for the 9th time June 22-29, 2013 for my 7th Annual Group Trip Rendezvous at the Caribbean's wildest beachfront resort. Who else will be there and/or is joining me here on VT?

  • Ewingjr98's video

    At Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo, the three toed sloth named Agnes munches on a grape.

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    Key West Iguana Ewingjr98, Key West Date Added: Sep 2, 2012

    Key West Iguana around Fort Zachary Taylor

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    Sunset at Mallory Square - the coach who juggles

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    Sunset at Mallory Square - the comedian on a unicycle

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    Sunset at Mallory Square - the dog ate my money

  • SarahEcho's video

    Crystal River is an amazing place to get a glimps of a Florida once remembered.. scuba diving into 50 foot deep spring caverns surrounded by schools of snook and snapper and snorkeling with manatees.

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    Live Music at Fox Jazz Club, Tampa

  • miTravel's video

    Virtually every travel destination boasts a signature dish that shouldn't be missed by the curious traveler. For example, there's New Orleans' jambalaya, Chicago's deep-dish pizza and Philadelphia' cheese steak sandwich. In the Florida Keys & Key West, that dish is Key lime pie.

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    How to cook yellowtail snapper, Florida Keys style

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    A look at the artistic culture of Florida Keys

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    Divers interested in aiding in reef restoration and participating in coral restoration and propagation can join marine scientists with Key Largo's nonprofit Coral Restoration Foundation in an ongoing mission to preserve the coral reefs of the Florida Keys.

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    The Dolphin Research Center (DRC) is a not-for-profit education and research facility, home to a family of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions. Over half of the family was born at the Center, while the other members either have come from other facilities, or were collected long ago.

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    Had it not been for a tardy delivery of a car, Ernest Hemingway's 10-year love affair with Key West might never have happened.
    Key West was to have been just a stopping-off point for Hemingway when he arrived on the ferry from Havana in 1928. But the Ford automobile that should have been waiting at the docks was delayed, so the embarrassed car merchant offered the author accommodations at the Trevor and Morris Apartments located above the dealership. During his stay there, Hemingway worked on "A Farewell to Arms" and became captivated by the island's easygoing ambiance.
    What he discovered fed his exuberance for living, heralded the beginning of the most prolific period of his career.
    In a short time, Hemingway moved into a Spanish colonial villa at 907 Whitehead St., which was his home through December 1939. Now a registered National Historic Landmark, the home is open to the public as a museum honoring the island's most famous literary resident.

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    Jet Packing in Florida Keys miTravel, Marathon Date Added: Jun 12, 2012

    Your friends probably won’t believe what you did on your Florida Keys holiday. But so what? They’re just jealous they didn’t get to fly!

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    Islamorada in the Florida Keys is known as as the "Sport Fishing Capital of the World" and you can find marinas on every other corner stocked with some of the most professional Offshore and Back Country Fishing Guides.
    The fish breaks water and takes flight jumping into the sky, bouncing sunlight off its fin as only a sailfish can. He nearly rips you from the chair as he breaks and runs at speeds only approached by your racing heart. Though it seems like hours, it's only been minutes since you hooked the hurricane at the end of your line. But, at this moment, you're the one who's hooked because the world's only concern is that trophy dancing on the top of the sea.
    But it’s not all about big fish and big ocean…head into the mangroves by Kayak and you will have an experience you will never forget.

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    A night out in Key West miTravel, Key West Date Added: Jun 11, 2012

    With its balmy weather and crystal blue skies, Key West is famous among the outdoors set for its diving, fishing, watersports and golfing at the nearby Key West Golf Club, a course designed by Rees Jones.
    But only in Key West would the sun shine the brightest when it sets.
    Once the sun is safely tucked away by jugglers, mimes, musicians and street artists, the city moves to a different beat. A night beat. The streets, filled with sidewalk cafes, open-air bars, legendary pubs and world-class restaurants come alive. Gourmets and gourmands alike treat their palates to island specialties. Drama, musicals and comedy flourish on our stages.
    As you enjoy these sights, you'll discover that modern Key West is a warm-hearted place where all are welcome.

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    The Key West Fantasy Fest miTravel, Key West Date Added: Jun 11, 2012

    Key West’s annual Fantasy Fest celebration is internationally recognized for its uninhibited flair and lighthearted spirit.
    The event, which usually starts around Halloween, was born more than 30 years ago and tends to feature days of masquerade balls, costume contests and parties climaxing in a glittering grand parade.
    Key West's renowned Duval Street often becomes a stage as venders of costumes, arts and crafts, food and libations star in the mile-long Fantasy Fest Street Fair. In addition, the Masquerade March draws schools of "fishy" frolickers in masks and costumes for an exuberant walking parade.

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    The iconic original vessel from John Huston's classic 1951 film "The African Queen," starring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn, is plying Key Largo's nearshore waters and canals again.
    Registered as a national historic site, a major restoration has cost around $70,000. Work has included repairing cosmetic as well as mechanical details, making the boat once again fit to carry passengers.
    Plans for the African Queen include offering daily 1.5-hour canal cruises for $39 per person ($25 for kids) and six-passenger dinner cruises on selected nights from the Holiday Inn Key Largo, mile marker 100, oceanside, on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. Cost for the dinner cruise is to be $89 per person, including a cruise to the restaurant, dinner at a special "African Queen" table and a cruise back to the African Queen dock.

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    The Overseas Highway, sometimes called "the Highway that Goes to Sea," is a modern wonder. It is the "magic carpet" by which visitors from Florida's mainland can cross countless coral and limestone islets through that special world of the Florida Keys.
    The highway — the southernmost leg of U.S. 1 — follows a trail originally blazed in 1912 when Henry Flagler extended his Florida East Coast Railroad from Miami to Key West.
    The highway was begun in the late 1930s & The Florida Keys — which now host more than three million visitors annually — became an easily accessible tourist destination by car and bus.

  • TheTravelSlut's video

    I spent a day at Caliente Resort & Spa north of Tampa for a day in the sun and water.

  • Marilu33's video

    I did a little 360 degree video at the point of the park on the beach. It shows the beach, jetty, trees, picnic area, and the distant cruise ship. Much of my narration is lost in the sound of the breeze.

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    Chickens at Mallory Square Marilu33, Key West Date Added: Feb 18, 2012

    We had heard that there were chickens everywhere in the Bahamas, so we weren't surprised, but were delighted to see this little family within minutes of arriving at Mallory Square in Key West.

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    Airboat rides near Orlando,Tamps,Ocala

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    USF Bulls Defense Makes a Huge Goal Line Stand!

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    USF Bulls Football Scores From the One Yard Line

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    Pens lose to Lightning 4-1, 17 November 2011

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    An Insiders Guide to Key West, Florida.

  • HumblyServingChrist's video

    Before hitting the dark rides at Central Florida's theme parks, see how such rides are designed and made by taking the Sally Robot Factory tour in Jacksonville. (See my tip on Sally for more info.)

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    Sylvie the Cat Ewingjr98, Tampa Date Added: Aug 22, 2011

    Sylvie the Cat

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