Frommer's Florida 2010

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 15, 2009 - Travel - 672 pages
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  • Foldout map, plus detailed maps throughout
  • Exact prices, directions, opening hours,and other practical information
  • Candid reviews of hotels and restaurants,plus sights, shopping, and nightlife
  • Itineraries, walking tours, and trip-planning ideas
  • Insider tips from local expert authors
  

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Contents

Whats New in Florida
1
Chapter 1 The Best of Florida
7
Chapter 2 Florida in Depth
30
Chapter 3 Planning Your Trip to Florida
39
Chapter 4 Suggested Florida Itineraries
61
Chapter 5 Where to Stay Dine in Miami
73
Chapter 6 What to See Do in Miami
145
Chapter 7 The Keys the Dry Tortugas
188
Chapter 10 The Treasure Coast Stuart to Sebastian
309
Chapter 11 Southwest Florida
324
Chapter 12 The Tampa Bay Area
382
Chapter 13 Walt Disney World Orlando
450
Chapter 14 Northeast Florida
512
Chapter 15 Northwest Florida The Panhandle
576
Appendix Fast Facts TollFree Numbers Websites
635
INDEX
643

Chapter 8 The Everglades Biscayne National Park
246
Chapter 9 The Gold Coast Hallandale to the Palm Beaches
262

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About the author (2009)

Lesley Abravanel is a freelance journalist and a graduate of the University of Miami School of Communication. When she isn't combing South Florida for the latest hotels, restaurants, and attractions, she is on the lookout for vacationing celebrities, about whom she writes in her weekly nightlife and gossip column, "Velvet Underground," for the "Miami Herald." She is a contributor to "Conde Nast Traveller, Time Out," all three illustrious supermarket tabloids, reviews restaurants for AOL/Digital City South Florida, is the Miami correspondent for "Black Book Magazine," and is the author of "Frommer's South Florida" and "Frommer's Portable Miami."

Laura Lea Miller is a freelance writer based in Buffalo, New York, though she's spent countless hours scouring Central Florida's theme parks over the years--both with and without her husband and five kids. A family-travel expert who religiously makes an annual pilgrimage to the Land the Mouse built, she is currently researching and writing a guide to Florida for families.

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