South Florida is home to many beautiful landscapes and views. It is home to picturesque beaches, luxurious hotels and jaw dropping real estate. To see all of south Florida’s pristine beauty would take several months of traveling up and down the gorgeous coast but it you want to take the entire area in one swoop I would suggest taking a South Florida Air Tour from Airtour America. The air tour would begin in sunny Fort Lauderdale and take you up and down the gleaming shores of Fort Lauderdale and Miami. You will be able to see up close the magnificent mansions, condominiums and real estate that speckle this magical coast. From the plane, passengers are encouraged to photos of the interesting landscape that includes beaches, shorelines, luxury hotels, luxury condos and spectacular real estate. This is a terrific way to enjoy the vibrant south Florida shoreline.
This is a great way to experience the beauty of South Florida at an altered perspective. Whether you are learning about the area or are searching for the perfect home, a bird’s eye view of Fort Lauderdale Beach, Miami Beach and the surrounding cities may be the perfect solution to your decision making process. At this higher perspective, the scenic flight will take you over the places of interest, pure beauty and the organic reputation that South Florida offers.
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The Palm Beach County Convention Center To Host Florida’s Largest Home Improvement, Design, And Remodeling Show This Weekend!
This weekend September 19th through 21st the Palm Beach County Convention Center will play host to the Palm Beach Home Show. This falls Palm Beach Home Show is billed to be the largest home improvement, design, and remodeling event of the entire year. Home remodeling and improvement is always on the top of every homeowner’s mind and this showcase is sure to have something for everyone. Admission is free to the public and attendees have the chance to win some truly outstanding door prizes. Come consult the experts to see how to best use home improvement, design, and remodeling the best in order to recoup your investment through the increase of your home’s value. With hundreds of professional home improvement, design, and remodeling resources all in one venue the Palm Beach Home Show is sure to exceed any and all of your expectations.
The Palm Beach Home Show:
Address: 650 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Phone: (954) 946-6164
Hours: Friday the 19th (12:00am to 7pm), Saturday the 20th (11:00am to 7:00pm), and Sunday the 21st (11:00am to 5:00pm)
Boca Raton is a city in central luxurious Palm Beach County, Florida. It is a picturesque seaside vacation destination and it has recently been name one of the most livable cities in the United States. This research was not done by a Boca Raton city tourism group or the local chamber of commerce but it was done by the online site 24/7 Wall Street. A very reputable source indeed. Boca Raton scored an outstanding 11th place for most livable places in the United States. The sample data for the poll was taken from 550 cities in the United States with over 65,000 people. The excellent score of eleven was based on many factors and Boca weighed in very well with things like leisure activities, climate, shopping. dining and entertainment. It also scored well in things like access to attractions like the beach, museums and other larger cities like Miami, Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. Boca Raton also scored well in housing affordability and cost of living. Some of the issues that concern some of the residents of Boca Raton was crime although crime is well below the national average in Boca Raton (190 crimes per 100,000 residents). Residents were also concerned with extreme weather like hurricanes or flooding. The USA Today was cited as describing Boca Raton as a city with “no shortage of things to do.”
The other two Florida cities that made the top 50 list of most livable places in the United States were Weston (No. 15) and Cape Coral (No. 46).
The number one most livable city in the US was Newton, Mass.