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Florida culture mirrors that of the United States as a whole, but with some important differences contributed by immigrants from the Caribbean and Latin America.
The Mount Dora Unity in the Community Archway was created by local school children and their families.
Mount Dora, Florida is a treasure among the rolling hills and lakes north of Orlando. It is famous for some of the nicest antiques in Florida, and one of the best Florida art festivals.
Apalachicola Florida is a small town on the Gulf of Mexico 80 miles southwest of Tallahassee. Its working seafood industry and preserved historic neighborhoods make it a monument to Old Florida.
The Florida Backroads Travel site map shows all of the website pages so you can find your way around.
I have visited many Florida restaurants in my travels around the state. Here are reviews of some of them I've enjoyed the most.
Florida tourist attractions admission fees change frequently and there are often special deals available. This table gives the most current basic admission fee information.
Florida murals are featured on the walls of many buildings in the Sunshine State
Winter Haven Florida is nestled among dozens of lakes in the rolling hills of Central Florida between Orlando and Tampa. It is a wonderful town to retire to or to stage your Florida vacation.
Fernandina Beach Florida offers a look into the past with all the comforts of the present.