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  • pictures are all true!

    "The house is exactly like the pictures. It is clean, close to the main roads, but if you're there for the beach, it's driving distance. Michael, the owner, was amazing. Called us a few times to ensure everything was ok and was extremely accommodating. We had 9 people and it was plenty of space. With the additional couch and pullouts, there easily could of been 16 people but it would of been a bit crammed. I would definitely stay again. A+"
    Guest: susan p. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 13, 2014
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  • Fantastic !

    "Fantastic location Fantastic Condo Thank you for having me"
    Guest: richards Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 9, 2014
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  • a months sojourn in Delray Beach

    "A delightfull spot to spend time in South Florida, the guest house is perfect for two. Renovated, and decorated beautifully, it has much charm, situated privately behind gates from the drive, with a lush garden in the rear,with seating and eating space, a small pond with a waterfall, and a gazebo,perfect for reading and taking a nap.Flowers were ablaze in March, and the mango tree was beginning to bear fruit. It is well equipped for preparing light meals indoors, and we took full advantage of the gas grill in the garden The Morakami gardens,in Delray are quite interesting, and the Cornell Cafe, overlooking the Japanese gardens, is a wonderful place to have lunch. Jimmy's Bistro, just up the road on the way to downtown, was our favorite spot for dinner, and, in Pineapple Grove,just north of downtown, is Cafe Brule and Wine bar- another we enjoyed. I have recommended the guesthouse to friends, and we would not hesitate to spent more time there, if we once again head to Delray Beach."
    Guest: Pattie Date of Stay: March 2011 Review Submitted: April 6, 2011
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  • One week in South Beach

    "A group of friends and I stayed in this apartment during a recent trip to Miami. The building is gorgeous and has excellent security. The decoration in the apartment is not so great but liveable. It could use a few full length mirrors (since it has none) and I would recommend bringing your own towels. The location is great, you are in a walkable distance from most of the famous South Beach restaurants and clubs, yet far enough to experience tranquility. The beach is also in walking distance (about a 15 minute walk). Lincoln Mall, on Lincoln Rd, is about a 5 minute walk away. There is a Whole Foods in walkable distance and a Publix a short bus ride away (the bus is only 25 cents!!!). There is also a CVS and a 711 very close by as well as a ton of fast food restaurants (McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks, Papa Johns, Pizza Hut, Dominoes, Subways). The apartment was clean, although the beds were not all that comfortable. The kitchen has a blender, a toaster, a dishwasher, a washing machine and eating utensils (plates, cups, forks, knives, spoons, etc.). However, the pots and pans are scarce and in bad condition. There are always cabs lined up outside of the building and your average cab ride to Ocean Drive (where the action is) is about 6 dollars. However, if you would like to travel outside of South Beach while in Miami, I would recommend renting a car."
    Guest: Girls Getaway, 22-24 Date of Stay: July 2009 Review Submitted: August 4, 2009
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Florida South East Travel Tips

Southeast Florida is known as one of the best beach spots in the U.S., and it truly has something for everyone. If you’re looking for a party spot or a nice place for family travel, you can find it all here. Check out these great vacation locales:

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is likely the most family-friendly locale in Southeast Florida, with plenty of cozy bed and breakfast options near the beach. And of course, there are abundant beaches to choose from! Check out the main beach and the popular Fort Lauderdale Beach Promenade, which recently underwent a $26 million dollar renovation. Aside from lounging on the beach and playing in the sand, take the kids for a stroll on the promenade, watch serious beach volleyball players compete and have lunch at Oasis Cafe or Shula’s on the Beach.

If you want a quieter beach to take the family to, head to the John U. Lloyd Beach State Park at Dania’s Beach. It’s less crowded, has gorgeous views and is an excellent swimming spot. There are also 250 acres of barrier island to explore via guided nature trails.

At some point, head into the city and shop on popular Las Olas Boulevard. The kids will love Kilwin’s Chocolates and Ice Cream for delightful sweets and Basics for souvenirs. Other fun family-friendly activities include taking a ride on the Fort Lauderdale Sun Trolley, checking out the Museum of Discovery and Science and embarking on a cool boat tour with BlueFoot Pirate Adventures, where the kids learn pirate slang, enjoy pirate face painting and set sail!

Miami and Miami Beach

Miami and it’s counterpart just across Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach, have things for both families and partiers.

For kids

Take kids to the Miami Children’s Museum, a delightful place with hands-on activities that teach about different professions. They can run a pretend vet clinic or learn what firefighters do, among other things. There’s also a nice playground here. Planet Air is an awesome spot for older kids to let out their excess energy. It has a huge trampoline park, more than 30 ropes courses, rock climbing facilities and bungee trampolines so kids can get some air in a 6,000-square-foot space. There’s also the Miami Seaquarium, the Lion Country Safari and Jungle Island where you can get up close and personal with exotic wildlife. For an off-the-beaten path feature, check out Wynwood Walls, an area in midtown Miami known for its beautiful art. Kids can run freely around whimsical life-size murals. For a cool treat, head to The Frieze Ice Cream Factory in Miami Beach. Do your souvenir shopping at Bayside Marketplace, an excellent little collection of souvenir stands, clothing stores and sweet shops.

For adults

Miami is renowned the world over for its excellent nightlife and party scene. If you’re heading to Miami or Miami Beach with a group of friends, don’t miss out on these awesome clubs, bars, restaurants and other places for adults:

- Grab dinner at glamorous hotspot The Forge, a rococo-style steakhouse with a Parisian facade and serious celebrity chops.

- Head to Little Havana for a taste of authentic Cuban food, shops and cigars.

- Hang out on South Beach. The iconic Miami hangouts are Joe’s Stone Crab, Opium Garden and Nikki Beach Club.

- Visit the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens on Biscayne Bay. It’s a European-style estate with beautiful artwork and antiques that really stand out among the beachy and relaxed feel of Miami.

- Look for celebrities at fabulous renowned restaurants, including Casa Tua, Prime 112 and Soho Beach House.

- Hit the clubs! Miami is known for its lavish nightlife, and some of the best are Myntlounge, Mokai Miami, LIV and Rokbar Miami.

Palm Beach and West Palm Beach

These side-by-side locales are best known as cities where older adults retire to enjoy the warm weather and relaxed lifestyle. Whether you’re visiting family or just looking for a quiet, pretty place to vacation, there’s plenty to do and see in the Palm Beach area.

Check out the stunning Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, a 73-room mansion completed in 1902 that is an excellent representation of the Gilded Age with its grand staircases, original artwork, and gold-brushed ceilings. Take a tour and see most of the original furnishings and learn more about the life of this railroad magnate. The photo opportunities here are spectacular. Lay out on the beaches of Peanut Island and John D. MacArthur Beach State Park, stroll in the Mounts Botanical Garden, shop on Worth Avenue and take the kids to the perfect little Palm Beach Zoo.

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