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Key West Florida is 129 miles from Miami, 94 miles from Havana, and light years away from the average humdrum place. History, heritage, art, culture and kinkiness are all at home here.
Fort Myers Florida, a major city in Southwest Florida, is on the Caloosahatchee River. Thomas Edison settled here and so did his friends Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone.
Yankeetown, Florida still treasures the days back in 1961 when Elvis Presley was in town to make the movie "Follow That Dream".
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These quirky Florida festivals will entertain you and teach you something new about Florida culture.
Jupiter is the northernmost town in Palm Beach County.
Florida towns come in many sizes and flavors. There is a town for you whether you are looking for fun, history, shopping, dining or a place to live.
Everglades City Florida is on the edge of the Florida Everglades and the 10,000 islands. It was one of the last places to be connected to the rest of Florida.
Captiva Island Florida has beautiful white sand beaches and fishing waters. It also has touches of unspoiled Old Florida.
Branford is a small town on the Suwannee River near the intersection of US-27 and US-129