Articles about Florida relating to travel and unique things to do in the state

9 of the Best All-Inclusive Resorts for Families in Florida

Imagine waking up to the sounds and views of the grassy savanna without traveling to Africa. It’s possible when staying at the Disney Animal Kingdom Lodge. With a horseshoe design, the lodge gives guests a view of four areas home to more than 200 animals. Rooms include complimentary wi-fi, transportation to Disney parks and attractions, movies under the stars, and nightly campfires. There are also room packages with Disney theme park tickets included. What’s cool for kids: In addition to gettin

A Local's Guide To The Best of Tampa/St. Petersburg

White sand beaches and warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico welcome visitors to the Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater area on the west coast of Florida. But there’s so much more to the region. Freelance travel writer Marcea Cazel enjoys sharing unique things to do in Florida, especially in her adopted hometown. The creator of the travel blog My Cornacopia, Marcea lives with her family outside of Clearwater and is always on the lookout for places to explore.

Book a Fun Family Getaway at Orlando World Center Marriott

Situated on 200 acres, the Orlando World Center Marriott is a hotel, resort, and convention center that has over 2,000 guest rooms. With the largest lagoon pool in Orlando, two water slide areas, spa, multiple restaurants, and an 18-hole golf course, it’s the largest Marriott property in the world. Conveniently located right off of I-4, the resort is centrally located and in close proximity to Disney World, Sea World, and Universal Studios. The resort is cashless so everything must be charged to

How to Explore the St. Petersburg Pier

Located on 26 acres, St. Pete Pier has plenty to do for every visitor. It doesn’t matter if you’re visiting with friends, on a date or taking the kids out for a day in the sun. There won’t be a lack of activities to explore. As you enter the pier at the east end of 1st Street S., you’ll find the Marketplace where local artists and vendors sell products out of their kiosks. If you look to your left as you walk towards the water, you’ll find the St. Petersburg Museum of History. While technically
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