Jensen Beach - Bookshelf
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Author Lesley Abravanel lives and works in Miami as a gossip columnist for the Miami Herald, so she knows the Florida scene, what's hot and what's not, which restaurants the celebs frequent and sometimes own (and which establishments you might avoid for that very reason).Lesley covers Florida's highlights from a resident's perspective: the South Beach club scene, the best restaurants, hotels at every price point, dive sites in the Keys, baseball spring training, theme parks, the Everglades, the Gold Coast, the Treasure Coast, world-class golf courses, and beaches, water sports, and lots of beach bars.Miami plays host to several major festivals each year, including Art Basel Miami Beach, the Miami International Boat Show, and the Miami Book Fair International. Ten new hotels opened in 2009, with five more slated for completion in 2010.Includes a full-color foldout map.
15000) sits not on the beach but on the mainland. The appeal of Jensen Beach is easy to understand, especially if you've driven south on US 1 through St. Lucie County and are in desperate need of civilized relief from that asphalt ...
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Grab your towel and head for the Sunshine State with beach experts Parke Puterbaugh and Alan Bisbort! These acclaimed writers—authors of six travel books—spent years combing every beach and coastal community along Florida's 1,800-mile coastline. With the aid of his updated 700-page beach bible you'll be able to visit nearly 400 beaches and easily plan your days with details on recreation, fees, hours, facilities, and directions; enjoy witty, informed essays on Florida-related subjects, such as sunset watching, seashell collecting, Spring Break partying, and where to spot manatees and find the best key lime pie; choose from five-star resorts, affordable hotels and motels, and secluded beach campgrounds, and savor the best local seafood and regional cuisine for all budgets; spend your evenings unwinding at the hippest nightclubs and tiki bars
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Full-colour throughoutFree full-colour, foldout mapCompletely updated every yearInsider advice on avoiding the crowds as you explore Florida's many theme parks, beaches and other popular resorts and attractions (and where to go to get away from it all).Where to find the the right bite for your appetite: from fresh-off-the-boat seafood in the Keys to Miami's glitziest nightspots. From country cooking to Cuban cuisine and where to eat in and around the theme parks.Insightful commentary on Florida's land, its history and its people, from The Fountain of Youth, to Osceola, to boom times and the Space Race, and the arrival of the Mouse in Orlando.Opinionated reviews. No bland descriptions and lukewarm recommendations. Our expert writer has her hand on the pulse of what's happening every day (and night), and tells it like it is in an engaging and helpful way.Exact prices listed for every establishment and activity--no other guides offer such detailed, candid reviews of hotels and restaurants. We include the very best, but also emphasize moderately priced choices for real people.