I am planning a month vacation to Florida and would like to be based somewhere close to dance venues for ballroom latin social dancing and also be close to the coast for walks by the sea. Any suggestions please. Would it be better to rent a one bed studio flat rather than go into a hotel? Also, I shall be using public transport is that feasible?
We are going on a 4 day cruise from pt canavarel in November thought about having a few days in cocoa beach or new Smyrna beach don't know much about any of them. We like walking about little towns or along beach fronts shopping chilling outetc. not interested in lying on beach all day going to be in New Orleans for 4 days before it. Thanks
Has anyone noticed this mysterious looking man, wearing a small scarf covering his mouth, dressed in mini skirt or shorts like a woman, very tall and skinny walking around South Beach? I spotted him nearly everyday on numerous occasion all around South Beach during my stay, mostly around Lincoln Road and Washington Ave, he is always walking almost non-stop. I caught him once at Lincoln road and drexel dancing by himself in the middle of the road facing a store window. What's up with this guy? anyone knows his story or anything? I am just curious about it
I am from Tampa and will be heading to Fort Lauderdale in a couple of weeks. I usually enjoy independent coffee shops that offer fresh roasted small batch coffee brewed through a French press. I have done some research on yelp and came up with a few local places. If anyone else knows of a good spot please let me know. Here is what I found:
Sip Java Co - (formally Brew Urban Café) @ 638 N Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale FL. I heard that they carry Intelligentsia, Anodyne and Wells Coffee (all small roasted batches from around the world and you can brew them with a few different methods). Free wifi and good snacks or all day food offerings, tons of seating indoors and outdoors. Very quiet with free parking out front.
Brew Urban Café - 537 NW 1st Avenue in the art district. They are located in an art studio called C&I studios. Quiet and good locally roasted coffee too.
Warsaw Coffee Company - 245 E 13th St Fort Lauderdale FL. New coffee shop with lots of seating. They also offer locally roasted coffee from Argyle and have a bakery which pumps out some original and unique pastries. A little more on the pricey side of things and parking is limited.
The Alchemist - They are located in Wilton Manors which is about a 15 minute drive from Fort Lauderdale. They have a good variety of coffee and pump out some good sandwiches.
These are some of the best places to enjoy coffee. If you all have any additional info please reply!
I've yet to find a good answer to this question.
I will be starting a new job in Auburndale, FL and planned to commute from the north side of Orlando (near I-4). I understand I-4 could potentially be a nightmare during rush hour, but does it depend on the direction you're going?
Traveling south (I-4 W) during morning traffic and north (I-4 E) in afternoon traffic. Will I generally be going against heavy traffic? Estimated time typically says near 1 hour. Would you expect this to be higher, or relatively accurate?
I appreciate any insight you could offer...Thanks!
I will be staying in South Beach Miami next Friday and Saturday morning. Originally I was planning on just hanging out at the beach, Lincoln Road Mall, Ocean Drive, etc. but now I think a change of pace might be nice. I was doing some reading and I'm thinking about visiting Miami Seaquarium. I know there are some mixed reviews of the place, but I think it's mostly from people comparing it to SeaWorld and I haven't been anywhere like that before so I think I'll enjoy it. :)
The problem is it /is/ a little expensive at $42/ticket, so I'm only going to do it if there's a cheaper public transportation option I can take there. It looks like a cab ride would be $24-30 each way and I'd rather not make this a $100 excursion. Is there like a bus route or something I could take? If so, how much would it cost and how long would it take? Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
Its the same idea as the medieval times place, but pirate themed, we went recently and I'd like to leave a review.
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