With a name like Gulf County, Florida, one would expect the water to be the super star. That’s true, but here, the Gulf of Mexico is only the beginning. The water-related activities here are diverse and, of course, visitors are encouraged to find their own way to enjoy them. Here are some tips for the best ways to experience some of Gulf County’s best spots.
Mount Dora sits in Central Florida right on Lake Dora and surrounded by hundreds and hundreds of other lovely lakes. The historic downtown area took our breath away with its charm and elegance. But cobblestone streets, gorgeous sunsets, and plenty … Read More
If you’re visiting Mount Dora (and we highly recommend that you do) then there is no question that you should stay at the historic Lakeside Inn. Spacious hotel rooms, impeccable customer service, and a prominent guest from the past are … Read More
Castillo de San Marcos sits in the Historic District of St Augustine, on the water and within reach of all the Ancient City offers. It sits on the Western shore of the Matanzas Bay, and is lauded as the city’s most popular attraction. We highly recommend you spend a few hours here, and this is what you need to know before you go!
I knew that the Fountain of Youth had to be one of our stops when visiting St Augustine – the mystery, the intrigue…the romanticism of exploration and healing waters… Is this really Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth? Hardly. But is … Read More