Despite the sandwich’s culinary identity being inextricably tied to Miami, a deep dive into its history reveals a surprising twist.
The endangered West Indian manatee is thriving in Kings Bay, and so is tourism. Therein lies the problem.
In a city where graffiti is illegal, an innovative idea to create a neighbourhood around urban art has turned formerly industrial Wynwood into a hub for hipsters and artists.
More than just access to sand and surf, these intimate hideaways make a big splash with luxurious amenities, locavore cuisine and unique decor.
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Amid the theme parks and overdeveloped beach fronts, Sanibel Island is a slow-paced, family friendly refuge that cuts against all Sunshine State stereotypes.