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Miami Beach's new Julia hotel pays tribute to 'Mother of Miami' | Take a photo tour inside
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-19


This is the mother of Miami area hotels.With its Art Deco facade, its Mediterranean revival design and its walls bedecked with artwork, the new 29-room Julia Hotel pays tribute to “old Miami” and Julia Tuttle, the original owner of the land upon which Miami was built.The hotel, which opened Aug. 10 at 336 Collins Ave., doesn’t just bear the name of the woman considered the “Mother of Miami.”...(Read More)

Florida Keys resort gives a hero

Florida Keys resort gives a hero's welcome to military, first responders
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-02


The family-friendly Hawks Cay Resort in the Florida Keys is making a visit extra enticing for past and present members of the military, police officers, firefighters and EMTs with its Heroes Salute program.Rooms that normally start around $300 can be had for as little as $129 a night (plus taxes and resort fees) with the Heroes Salute rate. The discounted prices can be booked for stays between Aug....(Read More)

Disney Cruise Line to grow to seven ships

Disney Cruise Line to grow to seven ships
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-18


Disney Cruise Line announced at the D23 Expo that its fleet would grow to seven ships by 2023.While the line had previously announced two new ships were coming, the news is a third is now on order with Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.Also of note, the new order will move up the timetable for when the world will see the new ships. Previously, the ships were expected in 2021 and 2023. Now...(Read More)

Fireworks, as usual, on tap at theme parks for Independence Day

Fireworks, as usual, on tap at theme parks for Independence Day
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-01


Fireworks are a crowd favorite at Orlando’s theme parks, and that seems destined to intensify as we head into Independence Day.Here is the schedule of the expected pyrotechnics for July 4th. All of the shows are included in regular admission.• At Magic Kingdom, “Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky” will be presented at 9 p.m. on two consecutive nights — July...(Read More)

Florida resorts offer up savings and unique deals for summer

Florida resorts offer up savings and unique deals for summer
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-06-04


It’s officially summertime in Florida so grab your sunscreen and your flip flops because deals are hot and adventures abound all over the state. GoPro and Spa: Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa offers a GoPro adventure. The package includes beachfront accommodations for a minimum of two nights, a GoPro Hero 4 waterproof camera to keep, and daily rental of two beach chairs...(Read More)

Disney World: Tickets on sale for 2017 Not-So-Scary, Very Merry events

Disney World: Tickets on sale for 2017 Not-So-Scary, Very Merry events
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-11


Tickets for the 2017 editions of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom are now on sale, Walt Disney World announced.The holiday-driven events take place after the theme park has closed for the day, and they require a separate ticket from the normal park passes.They are held on select evenings, and the prices vary by date. A good rule of...(Read More)

Carnival to build new home for its cruise ships in the Bahamas

Carnival to build new home for its cruise ships in the Bahamas
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-03


Carnival Cruise Line plans to build a new destination port in the Bahamas, located on the east side of Grand Bahama island.The agreement signed with the Bahaman government is to build out the largest destination cruise facility yet in the islands, which already has several private islands designed specifically for cruise lines.The new port, which doesn't yet have a name, will include a pier large...(Read More)

SunFest 2017: What to know about tickets, bands, food and parking

SunFest 2017: What to know about tickets, bands, food and parking
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-04-29


SunFest 2017 will return May 3-7 along the waterfront in downtown West Palm Beach, with more than 50 musical acts performing on three stages. Themed food courts, a pop-up lounge and an “art district” will make their debut at the festival. Below is a guide to parking, dining, music and other essentials worth knowing before you go.FIVE ACTS NOT TO MISSSnoop Dogg: Recently spotted scarfing weed...(Read More)

Twice As Nice

Twice As Nice
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-04-25


PHOTO: Raft houses at Cheow Lan Lake, Khao Sok National Park. (via Thinkstock) As it hones its strategy for promoting in the U.S. market, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has what many destinations would consider a nice problem, but a problem nonetheless. Sol Melia to Open Two Paradisus Resorts in Playa Del Carmen Features & Advice Tourism Tasmania Names...(Read More)





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