Discover these Small Towns and Fall in Love

Monday, August 24, 2009


Don't you love it when you stumble upon a great find, whether it's an expensive item at basement bargain prices or a charming town with plenty to discover and do. Well Florida is full of small towns.

Miami Herald reporter Jay Clarke wrote this special article and highlights towns like Fernandina Beach, Ormond Beach, Dunedin, Destin and Deland.

CLICK HERE for the complete article on these half dozen places that may steal your heart.

HIGHLIGHTS:
Fernandina Beach's on Amelia Island, is home to Palace Saloon, the state's oldest continuously operating drinking establishment. http://www.ameliaisland.com/


Ormond Beach, one of the few beaches where you can drive on the beach.

Dunedin, named the nation's number one beach by renowned coastal expert Dr. Beach. http://www.dunedin-fl.com/


DeLand is not just about The Land, but also known for water excursions (houseboating on the pristine St. John's River) and a haven for sky diving. Past customers include Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Ron Reagan, and Wesley Snipes. http://www.river-of-lakes.com/ and http://www.delandchamber.org/


In Winter Park, the Morse Museum is the world's largest repository of Tiffany glass.

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