We took a recent trip to High Springs on a lark. There we found one of the coolest little places we have run upon while traveling the Sunshine State. The cornerstone of our experience was a stop at The Great Outdoors Restaurant. The Great Outdoors Cafe is a great find for...
Krazy Good Greek In amongst the orange groves of central Florida lies some of the best Greek food you will ever taste. The restaurant itself is tucked in a single bay of a strip shopping center along Cypress Gardens Boulevard. It would be easy to miss unless you...
Perched along US 27 in the small central Florida community of Dundee, Davidson of Dundee is a wonderful attraction with great citrus candy. It also is a tasty throwback to the roadside stops of the Sunshine State in the 1950s and 60s. It is a simple layout, a single floor with rows and rows of candies, jams and...
For all the years we have lived in Florida I never really knew much about Eau Gallie. I knew it was a town someplace but I never knew exactly where it was. We recently found out when we went to Melbourne and attended their First Friday celebration. Eau Gallie in fact is not a town – but the arts district...
We had the opportunity to visit the Lightfest in Melbourne and what a wonderful experience it was. There were a reported three million lights sprinkled over hundreds of displays - some of them moving and others that were static. The display at Wickham Park is held annually to benefits the local Boy Scout troop - which is just another reason...
We always love the fun and excitement of the Sebring International Raceway. It's hard to beat the sights and sounds of a road race there. This week, the Historic Sportscar Racing Classic 12 Hour at Sebring, Pistons and Props, presented by the Alan Jay Automotive Network will return to the track there for the third straight year. Pistons and...
This Thanksgiving we ventured to Tarpon Springs. It is the Grecian capitol of Florida and the Sponge Capital of the World. As most people know, the restaurant world virtually closes to the public on Thanksgiving day as the bulk of the population gathers for family time and football. This year, the owners of Dimitri's on the Water decided...
While traveling along Bayshore Avenue in Sarasota, it is virtually impossible to miss the 26-foot tall statue of a sailor kissing a nurse at the end of World War II. Entitled "Unconditional Surrender" it is one of a series of such pieces done by J. Seward Johnson II. As Americana - it is a true Florida Fun Travel...
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