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Holiday Hot Spot: Family Guide Florida

Jun 13, 2013

If your family is trying to decide where to take the perfect vacation that everyone can agree on, the DK Eyewitness Travel: Family Guide Florida has some ideas (whether you like amusement parks or relaxing beaches) that might send you flying to the Sunshine State.

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Family Guide Florida

DK Eyewitness Travel: Family Guide Florida offers the best things to see and do on a family vacation to Florida, from navigating the thrills of the Disney World and LEGOLAND theme parks, to seeing manatees on the St. Johns River, fishing in the Keys, swimming at the best beaches on the Panhandle, or exploring the thrills of the Kennedy Space Center on Cape Canaveral.

The Guide presents all the info you'll need for everyone in the fam to have a blast on their holiday: itineraries for all-ages ( we all know that finding something that both your parents and your siblings are into isn't always the easiest), budget-friendly places to stay and eat, detailed easy-to-use maps, and more. 

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What's Inside...

The Family Guide Florida has loads of interesting info,  maps, ideas and even games, with this guide in hand you'll never be short on things to do in sunny Florida. Check it out!

  • History
  • Maps
  • Where to Stay
  • An area-by-area breakdown of places to go! (From Universal Studios to The Everglades)
  • Handy ideas for winding down time and places to picnic
  • Kids' Corner: cartoons, quizzes, fun facts, and stories bring each location to life

The Family Guide Florida has maps and info for each areaThe Family Guide Florida has maps and info for each areaCourtesy of DK
 

DK Eyewitness Travel: Family Guide Florida will help parents plan vacation activities the whole family will remember for years to come.

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Have you ever been to Florida? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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catmat13

catmat13 wrote:

I have been their!! It is a great place to go!! HOPE YOU AL GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :):...
commented: Mon Mar 03, 2014

blumes

blumes wrote:

could you please give the buget??? :/
commented: Sat Nov 02, 2013

blumes

blumes wrote:

my many freinds live there.....and i wish to go too
commented: Sat Nov 02, 2013

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