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Recent Florida reviews

  • Perfect location for the perfect price!

    "Stayed in this condo for the long weekend of 4th of July and had a grand time. The condo was clean and fresh feeling and had plenty of room for us and our teenagers. We gave the master bedroom which is very spacious to the teens and they felt they had their own suite. The kitchen was small but nicely stocked and the appliances were very up to date especially the large fridge. The beach was fabulous. Beach access is directly across the street and even though it was the 4th, there were no large annoying crowds. Plenty of room to spread out. You can see all kinds of firework shows from the beach so no need to drive anywhere. Grocery stores were just minutes away and there were two nice miniature golf courses very close by. We did not try any of the restaurants, but there seemed to be plenty of inviting ones if you want to do that. All in all we loved this condo and will hopefully return again. The owners were great to work with and made everything easy."
    Guest: Meg V. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • Sales Manager

    "I have traveled to Florida for 10 years straight now, second time in Daytona and this condo was the first one I would stay at again, I really liked all of the security measures they took to get in and out of the premises. We have a 7 yr old and a 12 yr old and with the pools, lazy river, indoor golf, and indoor pools make it real nice for them. Owners discribed it to me and it was spot on. Great place and enjoyed all but the weather this time but not owners fault for that! Thanks and really enjoyed the stay!!"
    Guest: Chris Q. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 31, 2015
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  • Decent Townhouse... Not for families with small children...

    "This review comes from someone who has stayed multiple times @ Cape San Blas since the 90's. This is the first time staying @ a townhome community. The community itself is quiet and family/dog friendly. Barrier Dunes has two pools that are in need of some upkeep but are definitely nice to cool down in. The playground is in need of MAJOR updating. Very old and rusty. The townhome we stayed in was okay. Carpet was in need of cleaning, moldy(?) grout around fireplace and the rain shower head fell off onto my daughter while she was showering. So we were down one shower while vacationing. Cable was not working the entire vacation. The unit seems like it needs some general upkeep, not just routine cleaning. This house is NOT small child friendly! Too many flights of stairs, one flight are the open type of stairs. We brought 3 baby gates as we had an 11 month old, and 2 three year old's with us. The average baby gate does not fit the stairwells. We had to move furniture to cover the first set of stairs and rig one of the baby gates for the next set of stairs. My 3 year old son fell down one the flights of stairs on day 5! TERRIFYING! Thank God he was okay! (This was with a parent next to him getting ready to walk down.) Had we been aware of the stair situation we would have chosen another property. If the owners of this property would consider installing metal baby gates that permanently attach to the walls, then MAYBE this would be a safe option for families with small children. For families with no children or much older children, this rental would be a good option."
    Guest: Amber M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014
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  • Can't wait to next year

    "Went for lobster fest. Perfect location. Loved the parking. Beach access was perfect. Condo was huge and was everything promised. Thinking of making it a yearly family trip. I think I have found a new favorite."
    Guest: Joe Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 4, 2014
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Florida Travel Tips

Beach-laden Florida is the perfect destination for anyone who is looking for a sunny escape. There’s plenty for everyone here - check out some of the top areas and attractions across the state:

The Panhandle

Florida’s panhandle, also known as the Emerald Coast, borders the Gulf of Mexico and is known for its resorts, beaches and natural beauty of the Gulf Coast National Seashore. Here are some of the best things to do by area:

- Pensacola: Lay out on the perfect white beaches, check out military history at the National Naval Aviation Museum and take a stroll through the historic district.

- Panama City: Panama City Beach Spring Break is the major draw for co-eds every year. It gets pretty wild, so if you’re planning a family vacation, you might want to come at a more relaxed time of year.

- Destin: Go kayaking or hiking in the stunning Grayton Beach State Park, lay out on the bone-white beaches of Henderson Beach State Park and see history at Fort Pickens.

Orlando Area

Though inland, Orlando is the entertainment capital of Florida and perhaps the theme park capital of the U.S.

- Visit all of the sites at Disney World - the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and water parks Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon.

- Young children will love to see their favorite characters and movies come to life at Universal Studios and older kids will appreciate the Harry Potter and Marvel-themed attractions at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

- Check out Seaworld and then cool off at its Aquatica Waterpark, or swim with the dolphins and snorkel at Discovery Cove.

- Don’t miss a visit to the Kennedy Space Center as well!

Northeastern Florida

The biggest draw here is the Daytona 500, the creme de la creme of NASCAR races, held here every February since 1959. The Jacksonville Jazz Festival, further north, is held in downtown Jacksonville every May with the biggest names in Jazz from around the world.

Southeast Florida

Southeastern Florida

- including Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Vero Beach - has a rich cultural heritage and fabulous beaches.

- South Beach in Miami Beach is a contender for Florida’s biggest party spot- it’s the place to be and be seen. For more of a family experience, visit the Miami Zoo, learn about the interesting history of Coral Castle and immerse yourself in nature at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and Villa Vizcaya. Don’t miss Carnaval in early March! It features Cuba cultural traditions, parades, excellent food and the Calle Ocho Music Festival.

- Fort Lauderdale and Vero Beach are the go-to family destinations in the area. Fort Lauderdale hosts WinterFest in early December every year with a decorated boat parade - it’s a must-see.

Southwest Region

Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Naples in southwestern Florida are nearly always sunny. They are quieter destinations on the Gulf of Mexico and the Caloosahatchee River, with many opportunities to see local wildlife and visit nearby islands like Sanibel and Marco Islands. Visit Manatee Park to see these gentle endangered giants or venture further south and take a guided tour into the expansive Everglades. Head south to Hemingway’s refuge in Key West or explore the other tropical-like Florida Keys.

Tampa Bay Area

The Tampa Bay Area has plenty to see and do.

- Visit the Florida Strawberry Festival in nearby Plant City, held every February and March, and check out Florida’s State Fair in February in the city of Tampa.

- Head to the beaches in Clearwater Beach, Venice and St. Petersburg - all fabulous and fairly quiet.

- Take a drive inland to Winter Haven to visit Legoland Florida - the largest of this amusement park chain in the world.

- Take the family to Busch Gardens for more fun than you can imagine.

- Visit the Renaissance Festival in Tampa for a unique experience. It’s held every year from February to April.

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