2 Great Ways to Discover Florida

Posted on April 9, 2014 – 10:52 am
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Here are some good ways to discover Florida.

1.Fun and adventureDo not miss the launch of a spaceship ...

Do not miss the largest roller coaster and fastest florida ... at Busch Gardens, Tampa.
Prepare for the thrill of riding Sheikra, the tallest roller coaster in Florida. 115 Kilometers per hour of pure adrenaline. Soar 61 meters only to be shot deep in an underground tunnel full of water!
Do not miss the zoo of Busch Gardens ...
With over 2600 animals, Zoo Busch Gardens is one of the largest in America.

Two. Culture
Look beyond the obvious tourist attractions and be amazed. There is an abundant supply of architecture, museums, fortifications and art galleries .
Do not miss the wrecks heroic ...
Pensacola offers fascinating wrecks to visit. Includes the USS Massachusetts, who fought in the First World War and is more than 152 meters long, the Russian freighter San Pablo and the A-7 Corsair aircraft that fell from the side of the USS Lexington.

Do not miss the Art Deco buildings ...
Take a stroll along Ocean Drive, Miami, and enjoy the Art Deco buildings of South Beach (South Coast). Painted pink, lavender and turquoise, stylized palm gateways.

Do not miss a drive ...
If you have a car when visiting Miami, otherwise I could rent a car . Do yourself a favor and do a drive through Coral Gablets. The driving tour by Coral Gablets not a walk through a neighborhood. This is a separate city of Greater Miami. Known as "The City Beautiful" for obvious reasons, elegant houses are aligned in banyans beside roads and oak. This quiet ride is in addition to culture, very relaxing.

In addition to the tour, visit the following:
1. The Granada Entrance - a replica of the door of Granada, Spain.
Two. The entrance to Meadow Country Club - fully ornamented.
Three. The Alhambra Water Tower - built in 1925.
4. The Road Coral - aligned with oaks and Spanish style causes.
May. The Venetian Pool - a beautiful public swimming pool
June. The Coral Gables Congregational Church - built in the Spanish Baroque style.
July. Biltmore Hotel - one of the most amazing hotels in the country, beautifully restored to its original 1920's style.
August. The Lowe Art Museum - contains Native American and European art.
9. The villa in the French city - one of the many international villas built to add variety to the city.
10. The Dutch-South African village.
11. The French countryside villa.
12. The Chinese village.
13. The French Normandy village.
14. The City of Coral Gables.
15. The Miracle Mile - the most important business street of the district.
Other points of cultural visit:
- The Hemingway house in Key West, where the writer lived from 1931 to 1940.
- Little Havana in Miami - 5.5 square miles of Cuban culture and life.
- The Ringling Museum of Art (Sarasota).
- Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island - a charming Victorian style.

Source: www.turismo.com.ar

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