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Beyond the palm-lined icons of the PGA Tour, Florida golf offers a surprising array of styles and scenes. Here are five of the state’s finest overlooked resorts, beginning with a timeless Gulf Coast hideaway, the Gasparilla Inn.
On a journey through America’s largest wetlands,T+L rediscovers a wild terrain filled with mangroves, crab shacks, and 12-foot alligators.
True to its surfer-cool, 1950’s-motel roots, the new Postcard Inn, in St. Pete Beach, Florida, is hip, affordable, and resolutely casual.
On a trip through Miami, T+L finds a service culture that has literally gone to the dogs: pet concierges and massage therapists, customized menus, and even “pawdicures.”
Florida celebrities dish on their favorite places to eat and play in the Sunshine State.
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Getting around in Miami - The city is lacking in public transportation, and once you’re off pedestrian-friendly South Beach, a rental car is necessary—and recommended—for extended visits. For those who don’t want to drive, there is a commuter Metrorail system that runs from downtown Miami to points south, including stops near Vizcaya Museum & Gardens and the Fairchild Tropical Gardens (www.miamidade.gov/transit).
When to go to Miami - December is a lively month in Miami and hotels are booked solid, starting with Art Basel Miami Beach, which takes place over the first weekend of the month (www.artbaselmiamibeach.com), and ending with the holidays. Be sure to reserve a room far in advance. Summer, which brings hurricane season and temperatures that reach into the nineties, is considered the off-season. The weather can be unpredictable, but rooms are easier to come by.
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