Tag Archives: South Florida

If you are well-seasoned traveler, I’m sure you feel about the same in regards to distance and your perception of what is truly far. There is no doubt that traveling has affected my perception of far very much like the common expression of across the pond. Although the Atlantic Ocean is certainly not a short.
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It’s no secret that I have an adventure bug. So in light of the holiday season and end of the year,  I brainstormed as to some activity that would be incredible to experience as a treat to myself. Having done skydiving, SCUBA diving, scaling Coliseum walls, and more, my first choice was to FLY. Luckily,.
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Ahoy, mateys! Aye, it is true Ms Traveling Pants has learned to speak Pirate. All that was needed was a visit to the Bounty in Palm Beach, Florida this past weekend with a bunch of memateys! Our crew of Captain Jack Sparrow (as you see below) as well as other pirates led meever-curious landlubbers aboard.
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Coming to Fort Lauderdale to escape the wintry weather for Super Bowl 2010 or perhaps Spring Break 2010?? Here’s a list of my favorite spots to enjoy in FTL… Must do: 1) The beach and boardwalk: Take in the main beach drag, A1A, that follows the blue Atlantic Ocean waters and is lined with a.
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Looking to escape the wintery weather this year with a visit to South Florida?  Or are you a local looking to spice up your typical routine? Here you go, a list of top spots in one of the HOT, up and coming US culinary scenes, Bienvenido a Miami…. Must eats: * Michy’s is an excellent culinary destination with.
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Earlier this month, I took a chance on the weather and ventured a little further out of my Fort Lauderdale backyard to my favorite isle of the Florida Keys, Islamorada. Located about 2 hours from Fort Lauderdale, Islamorada is not only a water sports aficionado’s paradise, but also one of my ideal spots for catching.
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Life’s a Beach III!

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For Life’s a Beach installment three, I take you to Fort Lauderdale. Nicknamed Fort Liquordale, it is no secret that Fort Lauderdale has been host to many a memorable Spring Break as well as home to icons such as the Elbo Room. However, one must not forget that above all Fort Lauderdale is a beautiful.
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With only a day remaining until those of us in Florida enter into a new hurricane season from June 1st through the 30th of November, many are preparing by buying batteries, bottled water, canned soups, generators, extension cords, and the like. It is with the start of this Hurricane season that I remember my first.
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As the tourist season is coming to an end in South Florida, there is a notable difference on my drive to work as well as at the beach.  Typically known as the end of “the season” by those in “the Biz,” yesterday was Mother’s Day.  Now, without the “Snowbirds” or “Spring Break Vacationers,” the beaches.
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For those of you unfamiliar with Art Basel, it is a modern and contemporary art exhibition that is held annually in Switzerland and for the last 7 years has traveled to Miami. Yesterday was my first time experiencing the event in South Florida despite hearing of the fame and celebrity draw. Only now, can I.
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