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Jan 19, 2017

Pensacola Lighthouse Is On Naval Air Station Pensacola

Although Pensacola Lighthouse is on a naval base, it can be visited by tourists.

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Jan 19, 2017

Florida Historic Hotels on National Register of Historic Places

Many Florida historic hotels have been upgraded and renovated. Have fun staying in lodging that is on the National Register of Historic Places

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Jan 19, 2017

Florida Fish Camps: Backroad Getaways In Old Florida

Florida fish camps offer more than fishing. They are quite often a piece of Old Florida on the backroads that are perfect getaways for relaxation and romance.

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Jan 19, 2017

Cassadaga Florida Is Sometimes Misspelled Cassadega By Ghostwriters

Cassadaga Florida is a town that is home to the Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Meeting Association. It has more psychics, mediums and healers per capita than probably any other place.

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Jan 18, 2017

Northeast Florida Day Trips and One Tank Trips

Northeast Florida day trips and one tank trips will take you to Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach, St. Augustine and Amelia Island.

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Jan 18, 2017

Sanford, Florida: More Than the Celery City on the St Johns River

Sanford, Florida is an historic town on the St Johns River.

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Recent Articles

  1. Pensacola Lighthouse Is On Naval Air Station Pensacola

    Jan 19, 17 07:11 PM

    Although Pensacola Lighthouse is on a naval base, it can be visited by tourists.

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  2. Florida Historic Hotels on National Register of Historic Places

    Jan 19, 17 01:19 PM

    Many Florida historic hotels have been upgraded and renovated. Have fun staying in lodging that is on the National Register of Historic Places

    Read More

  3. Florida Fish Camps: Backroad Getaways In Old Florida

    Jan 19, 17 01:02 PM

    Florida fish camps offer more than fishing. They are quite often a piece of Old Florida on the backroads that are perfect getaways for relaxation and romance.

    Read More



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