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Visitor's Guide of Miami Beach, FL

Miami Beach was incorporated in 1915. It took ten years for the early developers to build the system of residential islands and waterways that make up present day Miami Beach. In 1925 developer John Lummus conceived the idea of a middle class resort located on the southern tip of Miami Beach. Here was constructed what was to become the largest historic district in the United States.

Clubs & Dining in South Beach

Dance in the most popular club on South Beach. The Chili Pepper is located right in the heart of trendy South Beach. The club introduces its unique ability to bring rock & progressive dance to a diverse clientele. The Chili Pepper, with it's ultra-hip interior design which features cosmic cartoon design by Artist, Scott Hill, is the perfect way to spend any night of the week.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami

The Big Brothers/Big Sisters program is based on a simple concept-friendship. Volunteers serve as friends and positive role models to children from single parent families. Single parents can provide plenty of love, but often they can't afford plenty of time. And time, quality time, is something kids can't do without.

West Arlington, Vermont

Baby, it's cold outside. But if you can't take South Florida's heat or its winter crowds anymore, and you think it's romantic to cuddle in the four-poster bed of the Spooners' Room while listening to the logs crackling in your very own fireplace, check out the Inn on Covered Bridge Green.

Charleston, S.C.

Charleston is not only one of the most romantic cities in the nation but also one of the most accessible and most walkable. No need for a car here. In just a weekend, you'll feel as though you've acquired an intimate knowledge of the city's unique and important history and architecture, all on foot along cobblestone streets.

St. Barts

Although this exotic Caribbean island in the French West Indies is much quieter during the summer, it's romantic all year round. Plus, on St. Barts you feel as though time stands still. How to describe an island where airplane-watching is the most popular spectator sport? It really is quite marvelous to observe aircraft as they seem to drop out of the sky and make a three-point landing on the short runway.

Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island (a national seashore and Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island) and The Greyfield Inn, the island's only lodging and the site of the Kennedy-Bessette pre-dinner and post-reception, have returned to relative normalcy. In part, that's because Cumberland Island isn't that easy to reach, unless you stay at the Greyfield Inn, and even then you have to hope that the room you want to occupy is available.

Key West

Tucked away off the busy section of Duval Street - but close enough to the hustle-bustle if you want it - is Heron House at 512 Duval Street. What makes this one of the most romantic bed and breakfasts on the island?

Little Palm Island

Even getting to Little Palm Island in the Florida Keys is romantic - you travel aboard the 49-passenger ferry that leaves from a dock at Mile Marker 28.5 on the Overseas Highway. Within 15 minutes, you'll find yourself on a five-acre luxury hideaway removed from the rest of the world.

Warm Mineral Springs

Here in Warm Mineral Springs, Florida, the people walk slowly, contentedly, in chest-deep water. They are circling inside the perimeter of a lake that is the color of dark clouds. Walking, walking, walking. Usually in pairs, wearing their straw bonnets or their floppy cloth camp hats. Talking, talking, talking. Usually in Russian, Polish, Ukrainian or in heavily accented English.

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