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Florida Beaches Guide - New Smyrna Beach

spanish ruins, New Smyrna BeachThe only US east coast destination to make the top 15 “World’s Coolest Surf Towns.” Whether you come to soak up the sun, cast a line into the surf, build sand castles with the kids or cruise along the shoreline in your convertible, New Smyrna Beach is 500 feet wide at low tide – lots of room for everyone ...

Florida Beaches Guide - Apollo Beach

no tan lines at Florida's Apollo BeachNo tan lines here! Experience the feeling of freedom and go buff on this bare-all island. To access the nude beach area, the most northern section of Apollo beach near crossover #5 is all for nudity...

Surviving Hurricane Wilma

Hurricane WilmaHurricane WilmaWe were evacuated to a crowded community center with hundreds of other guests, some from my hotel, some not. I decided a last-ditch effort to get back to the U.S. was worth a try. I took a taxi ...

Hurricane Fay - Hype or Hurricane?

Hurricane FayHurricane FayFlorida may be our favorite state to hang out and swim with the dolphins - but maybe not during hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center in Miami is buzzing with activity as tourists and residents try to figure out what Hurricane Fay (the 6th storm this season) will do as she works her way further...

Florida Beaches Guide - Sebastian Inlet State Park

It's been a while since you've come up for air. But Sebastian Inlet is the perfect excuse to ditch the blackberry and grab your sandals. It's located on Sebastian Inlet State ParkSebastian Inlet State Parkthe tip of two barrier islands, which makes this a great place if you like to balance your tree-hugging with beach-bathing. If you're into enjoying the natural beauty of the beach, swimming and sunbathing...

Florida Beaches Guide - Honeymoon Island State Park

Honeymoon IslandHoneymoon IslandHere comes the sun and the sand and the lover's paradise. What were you expecting? It is Honeymoon Island, after all...

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