Celebrate Florida Seafood Festival In Apalachicola
If you love fresh seafood Apalachicola Bay is famous for some of the freshest, tastiest seafood you’ll find anywhere. Each November seafood is celebrated during the Florida Seafood Festival held amid the friendly, old Florida charm of Apalachicola.
Celebrate Greece—in Florida
You don´t have to go to Greece to celebrate the Greek culture. It´s alive and well in the quaint sponge-diving town of Tarpon Springs, Florida. Come with guest author Eve Carr, and enjoy the celebrations, the shopping and, especially, the food.
Discover Diverse St. Petersburg, Florida
St. Petersburg Florida is known for its beaches, but it also has an incredible amount of special events, numerous art galleries and museums, great shopping, a state-of-the art museum for children (and grandchildren), and accommodations to match any budget. Guest author Eve Carr shows us around.
Florida's Franklin County is a Natural Escape
Pay a visit to Franklin County Florida along the picturesque panhandle of the Gulf Coast, and you'll find everything a Florida vacation should be, and more.
Happy Haunting At The Crescent Hotel & Spa
Well known for its ghostly sightings, the lavish Victorian-era Crescent Hotel & Spa, in charming Eureka Springs, Arkansas, provides visitors with much more than just a Halloween haunt.
The Great Passion Play Eureka Springs
The Great Passion Play at Eureka Springs, has grown to become the largest attended outdoor drama in the United States. This religious stage production depicts the last days of the life of Jesus Christ, his death, and resurrection.
The Sea Turtles of St. George Island Florida
Each year along the beaches of St. George Island, in Franklin County, endangered female loggerhead sea turtles, and an occasional leatherback, are driven by their natural instinct to return home again, to lay their cache of 80-100 eggs and start the next generation.
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