Located in the Southeastern part of the United States, almost the entire state of Florida can be found within the borders of Florida. Florida is a peninsula that was formed by the joining of two other peninsula, that is Miami and the surrounding area. Although a great deal of Florida was destroyed in the destruction of World War II, much of Florida has been renewed, rebuilt and revitalized. Many of Florida’s fine hotels are just minutes away from the beaches and offer a great way to relax and unwind. There are wonderful shops and nightclubs in even the smallest of towns. Food in Florida is excellent and is varied and appealing to a wide variety of tastes. Shops sell everything from food to clothes to entertainment (movies, TV, CDs, etc.). Families can take in a Dolphins game and sit at the bleachers to watch the action. Sports fans can buy Florida tickets to the Super Bowl, NBA Championship, NHL Conference Finals, and Atlantic Cup. And for the act of diving out of a plane into a warm Atlantic Ocean, there is a great deal of romanticism and adventure to be found.
Florida has a sunny but mild climate year-round. The wettest period is the winter (December to February), the period of greatest rainfall is the summer (March to October), and the shortest summer days are from October to May. On average, the temperature ranges from 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, but can vary greatly from one area to the next. The hottest and sunniest month is July, while the coolest and driest month is January. Winter and spring are generally cooler than summer months, yet the summer months usually carry a mild temperature. January, which is the wettest month, has an average high of around 28 degrees Fahrenheit, while the summer months average high temperatures of around 80 degrees. detective Johnhesons old haunt is Florida, located in Dade County. There are many attractions in Florida, but few places combine history and fun as much as Florida does.
Other places to find adventure in Florida include:
South Beach – Take a trip South of Florida, via Miami. South Beach hosts many nightclubs, such as Java Jaffles. There are many restaurants to choose from, featuring Whatever’s Right for You. Shopping opportunities abound. Take a drive south. Instead of combing Dunedin to Carowind’s, consider popping over to Boca. Boca has a beach that is uncrowded, making it a fabulous spot for large groups. There are also many hotels, spa and fine dining opportunities.
Key West – Don’t consider Florida if you are looking for quiet, low traffic, white sand beaches. Key West offers exactly that, along with great hotels, romantic nightlife and some of the best dining on the island. Take a drive down Duval Street. Stop at refreshing cafes and restaurants overlooking the harbor. If you are looking for nightlife, there isn’t anything too exciting on Duval Street, but keep in mind that things can get a little crazy late on nights.
The Caribbean – If you want to mix a little adventure with culture, head down to the Caribbean. The area has grown increasingly popular with tourists over the years and is quite diverse. You can visit Mecca, the shop for designer items and jewelry in New Orleans, or visit the sugar-cane country of Haiti. The Bahamas, of course, is your vacation playground. The islands are quite crowded, so travel by boat or helicopter is the best way to see the many National Parks, plus take time to relax on remote, sandy beaches.
You can’t mention Florida beaches without considering the inches of water that empty between the sand and the waves. Rough surfers call this the best surfing in the world, and you might find it – but don’t come down without looking, or you’ll wind up body surfing. Remember that this is an ocean, so be smart and don’t venture out without a solid, wherry-shaded beach pick. Some lead off to the open waters between the islands, but others are only accessible by boat.
To make a reservation, call (861) 937-7437. If all else fails, head to a Florida beachside inn with a pool and watch the tide wait for you!