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TreeHouse in the Cloud, (Close toTheme ParksThe treehouse is a private getaway for a couple, that want to experience the magic. There have been several movie and other photo shoots done on property. Please text request and details, and we can negotiate fees. Next store is meemaws-country -cottage , which sleeps six.
Ocean View from the 12th Floor!Incredible ocean view. Wake up to the most beautiful sunrise and see the Dolphins playing in the distance. At night, the beach lights up with sea turtle & clam hunters. The Condo has just been renovated with new wood floors, King size bed. Beautifully beach decorated. The resort offers free covered parking, 4 pools, 2 jacuzzies, gym/sauna, Tiki Bar & indoor Restaurant. Famous Daytona Main Street bars, amusement parks, fishing pier, Sat. night concerts, movies just 5 minutes by bus or uber.
Private Luxury Suite/Entrance/Bath 5m to Disney1We are proud to be one of Airbnb's Super Hosts. Our standards are high for you. If you take a moment to read any reviews our guests stay for the service and clean luxury space. Our goal is to welcome you into our home as a family member. We want you to feel at home and have fun, relax and create great memories! Your room has a private entrance, and a Luxurious King Bed. Also, a private in room bathroom, TV with Premium Cable, DVR, refrigerator, premium internet and continental breakfast.
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With continuous sunshine and thousands of miles of coastline stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico, it’s no wonder Florida is often considered America’s playground. Its theme parks are legendary, from the rollercoasters and water rides of Tampa Bay to the magic of Disney World, Orlando. There’s a hint of escapism to many of the state’s most popular destinations and activities, from the luxury resorts of Boca Raton to star-gazing at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and the hippie vibe of the Florida Keys. If natural wonders are what you’re after, look no further than Florida’s white-sand beaches and wild mangrove swamps, where deers and alligators roam free. Meanwhile, towns like Tallahassee and St. Augustine offer an intriguing glimpse of history, from Spanish architecture to Southern culture.
Florida is well served with major airport hubs, from Jacksonville International (JAX) in the north to Key West International (EYW) in the far south, and dozens in between. Greyhound operates bus services between most major cities, although car rentals are common, as crosscountry bus and rail travel is limited and not all towns can boast good public transport.
Rideshares operate in most urban areas, alongside regular taxi companies. Cycling is popular here: Florida is very flat, with well-integrated bike routes such as the 250-mile Coast-to-Coast Trail. Take advantage of low-cost and free shuttle services where you can. Key West, St Petersburg, and Orlando all operate trolley cars, for instance, while Disney World has its own internal transport system, complete with monorail. Or enjoy the freedom of Florida’s vast coastal waters, and make your way by boat. Some journeys are actually quicker by ferry, such as the Key West Express between Fort Myers and Marco Island.
Florida enjoys a tropical climate, meaning most of its rain falls between May and October. Humidity, which can become more uncomfortable the further south you go, peaks in August, which is also prime hurricane season. The dry season runs from November to April and benefits from slightly lower temperatures. Many of the state’s major festivals take place in winter, including Fort Lauderdale’s Winterfest Boat Parade, when the waterfront is lit up with extravagantly decorated vessels. But there are plenty of celebrations all year round, as no one ever needs much of an excuse to throw a party in Florida.
Tucked between Jacksonville and Daytona Beach on Florida’s northeastern Atlantic coast, St. Augustine is one of America’s most historic settlements. Continuously inhabited since the Spanish founded it in 1565, the city retains its Old World-reminiscent cobbled streets, its 17th-century stone fort, and the Spanish Renaissance buildings created in the late 19th century by Henry Flagler, including the stunning Flagler College.
Thanks to its inaccessibility ― you can only get here by boat or seaplane ― this 100-square-mile reserve, two hours by ferry from Key West, remains remote and untouched. A vast unfinished 19th-century brick fortress survives as a monument upon the tiny chain of islands. But the real wonder lies beneath the waterline. Marine life and shipwrecks abound, making this a magical place to dive and snorkel.
The southwestern stretch of coast that looks out onto the Gulf of Mexico is known as the Paradise Coast, and with its turquoise waters and white sands, you can see why. Naples just adds to the effect, its Italian-inspired buildings creating a seaside idyll that feels every bit as romantic as its Mediterranean namesake. With fine dining, designer shopping, and immaculate golf courses, it’s a slice of la dolce vita.