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Their journey began with an Internet search engine, which led directly to www.RetiringToFlorida.com, a website created by Media Services to guide people to the many beautiful locations throughout Florida. The Burkes next had...
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Amelia Island, Florida
Today, Amelia Island is a perfect blend of past and present. Delightful Victorian architecture is the hallmark of the downtown Historic District, tucked between the Intracoastal Waterway to the west and the pristine Atlantic beaches to the east. City people will find all they need on Amelia Island and nearby Jacksonville, but nature lovers will truly be in their element, as they...
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Destin, Florida
According to locals and visitors, the sand on Destinís beaches, the byproduct of a curious juxtaposition of aquatics and geography, is the whitest in the world. The finely ground quartz crystals, which look more like the sugar in your morning coffee than the sand that squishes between your toes, originate in the Appalachian Mountains. The residue flows down the Apalachicola River to the Gulf of Mexico, where currents create sand drifts along the Gulf Coast, from east of Panama City, Florida, to the shoreline of Alabama.
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Fernandina Beach, Florida
Fernandina Beach offers more than shopping, dining and the beach, including a variety of outdoor activities such as golf, boating, hiking and driving along scenic Highway A1A. History buffs will enjoy Fort Clinch State Park. The fort was begun in 1847 but never completed. It was...
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Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Jacksonville Beach is the biggest and busiest resort along Florida`s northern coast. More than four miles long, the beach is wide and offers plenty of room to stroll or sunbathe. Water activities abound, such as offshore racing, fishing and surfing. The Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier is a hub of activity and a great place for...
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Pensacola, Florida
PENSACOLA, NOT St. Augustine or Jamestown, was the first European settlement in the continental United States. In 1559, Don Tristan de Luna landed with 11 ships laden with gear, food and 1,500 passengers. Just three months later, a hurricane swept through, killing hundreds and destroying the camp and several ships. As famine spread, the settlement was abandoned, and it would be more than a century before the next group of settlers arrived. Today, Pensacola is a thriving Gulf Coast city of approximately 54,000 residents. Naval Air Station Pensacola, located on the same ground as Don Tristan de Lunaís original settlement, is home to the renowned Blue Angels.
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Rockledge, Florida
The city of Rockledge, located on central Floridaís fast-growing Space Coast, is surrounded by a wide variety of recreational, educational and just plain fun activities.
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FUN FACT: Florida's State Motto is "In God We Trust" which was adopted from the Silver Dollar on August 6, 1868 and officially signed into law on June 22, 2006.





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