Posts Tagged ‘Miami’

Florida in the Spring

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
Little Havana in Miami

Enjoy bustling Little Havana, in Miami.

Spring is a wonderful time to travel to Florida. The temperature tends to hover in the low 80s throughout the state, and humidity is low.

It’s a great time to visit the cities of Miami, Tampa, St. Augustine, Tallahasse, Orlando, and Naples. Many Florida Bed and Breakfasts are located in walkable, historic districts.

Explore the neighborhoods of Miami, many of which offer art strolls; galleries in the Bird Road Art District host an art walk from 7-10 p.m. the third Saturday of each month; There is an arts and culture street festival and gallery stroll every Friday evening in Little Havana; and galleries and showrooms in the Miami Design District stays open late the second Saturday of each month.

Treasure Island Florida

Sunset on Treasure Island.

Lounge on the fabulous beaches around St. Petersburg (St. Pete) by day: Treasure Island, Gulfport Beach Park, and the scenic Fred Howard Park. Then take advantage of the many restaurants, wine bars, and clubs in the city. Downtown St. Pete has lots of good places to dine while enjoying views of the waterfront: Ceviche has a romantic atmosphere and outstanding Tapas; Hurricane Seafood Restaurant features amazing sunset views over the Gulf of Mexico and fabulous crabcakes and grouper sandwiches.

Find a Florida Bed and Breakfast in the middle of a bustling, colorful town like Key West or a town steeped in history like St. Augustine. Explore the town on foot as much as you can, seeking interesting neighborhoods often overlooked by tourists. Ask a local (the innkeeper) where to go, and have fun exploring Florida this spring.

 

Christmas in Florida

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Christmas is a wonderful time to visit Florida, be it in Amelia Island or Key West, Tallahassee or Naples. Florida Bed and Breakfasts across the state welcome old friends and new during this special time.

Disney - Main Street Train Station at Night - With Christmas Decorations

Disney's Train Station, dressed for Christmas

There is snow in Orlando (only in designated areas of course) and a holiday light show at the Miami Seaquarium. There are walking and garden tours in historic Naples, and a St. Nick Open Golf Tournament in St. Petersburg. Historic St. Augustine is lit by more than two million tiny white lights each night – the perfect place to stroll with the person you love.

Christmas means beach parties in Key West and dancing in Miami. It means karaoke and theatre performances in Sarasota. Christmas means tours of festively decorated holiday homes in Ormond Beach and Deland, and ice skating with Santa in Daytona.

If you’re looking for something different this holiday season, head to Florida for Christmas. Instead of plowing the driveway on Christmas day, take a long walk on the beach. Instead of skiing, swim. Give yourself a gift this year: vacation in a Bed and Breakfast Florida.

Escape to Miami Triathlon

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

The “2010 Escape to Miami Triathlon” will on Sunday, September 26, in Southeast Florida. Triathletes should consider lodging at Miami bed and breakfasts while in town for the big event. After all, you’ll be putting your body through an extreme workout – you deserve to be pampered a little.

After getting up early and running, swimming and cycling your way around Miami, you’ll be happy you decided to stay in a bed and breakfast Miami. Collapse in a comfortable bed at the end of the day, and feast on a breakfast for champions in the morning. Stay a few days, or treat yourself to a week in paradise.

Miami´s MacArthur Causeway at Twilight

Will you be swimming in these waters during the Escape to Miami Triathlon?

Surprise Your Valentine with a Florida Vacation

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

Chocolates are delicious. Flowers are lovely. Romantic getaways to Florida b&bs are unforgettable.

In a few weeks it will be Valentine’s Day. Surprise your Valentine with dinner in Florida followed by a cuddly weekend in the Sunshine State. This is a large, diverse state with something for everyone.

If your sweetie loves the city, head to an international city with fantastic restaurants, museums, music and more. Whether you are hungering for Dim Sum or Argentine steak, Creole seafood or sweet crepes, you can find a good restaurant in or near Miami to satisfy you. Ask the innkeepers of your Miami b&b for recommendations – sometimes the best places are the ones known only to locals – and have fun exploring this dynamic city together.

If your sweetie loves small, peaceful towns and miles of virtually untouched beaches, head to Northwest Florida. Or wander through historic seaports in Northeast Florida and learn about some of the nations first coastal towns.

No matter what you do, you can’t go wrong with a romantic getaway in Florida. It is a lovely way to express your love for your Valentine. Be sure to browse our specials – you may find the perfect deal is waiting for you.

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