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Hidden Gems in the Sunshine State

When you plan a vacation in Florida, you’re likely to hit the major spots: Disney World, Miami, and the many, many beaches. But if you’re thinking of moving to the Sunshine State, there’s more to it than just the beach–though we’ll admit, that’s enough of a draw as it is. Florida is home to historic […]

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Spring Break Tips for the Family around Palm Beach

Don’t get us wrong–Orlando’s got Disneyworld. There is plenty of fun around all of Florida, from Miami Beach to Tampa Bay, but let’s not forget about sunny Palm Beach. The area might be known for its million-dollar mansions, miles of beach and upscale hotels, but you’re guaranteed to find more than just elite dining and […]

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Boca Raton Resort

Weekend Guide to Boca Raton

Thoughts of Florida bring visions of palm trees, beaches, and spring vacations.  The beautiful beaches and excellent climate aren’t the only attractions in this city to keep you busy. There are many other natural attractions offered, along with tons of restaurants, shopping, museums and a lively nightlife you can fit into your itinerary over a […]

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Delray Beach Intracoastal

Why You Should Move to Florida’s Delray Beach

So you are looking for a place to move, but don’t really have an idea where. Well allow me to throw out a crazy idea, how about Florida? Not just Florida either, but Florida’s Delray Beach on the south-east coast. Believe it or not, once you get past the heat and humidity, Florida is a […]

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West Palm Beach FL

Guide to West Palm Beach: Sports, Entertainment & More

Florida is the Sunshine State for a reason.  It’s best known for supplying the rest of us with orange juice, enticing our grandparents to join its ever-growing population of retirees and warm, vacation-worthy weather year-round. Residents of West Palm Beach, Florida classify it as a “big little city.”  While it’s technically part of the Miami […]

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