Expert Travel Advice to Florida

Top Answers To Florida Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    I'll try to help as best I can! First off, check out this article: Florida Keys: Top Attractions (http://bit.ly/f64X8w) which has snorkeling tours, dolphin coves and natural marine life locations and information. Second, water temperatures in the Florida Keys ranges from high to low 70s in the winter and upper 80s in the summer months. Hope this helps!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    How about Delray, Florida, a low-key place between West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale? Away.com's family-travel expert Steve Jermanok blogged about Delray recently at: http://blogs.away.com/family_guide/2008/06/vintage-florida.html. Amelia Island, northeast of Jacksonville, is also a very kid-friendly.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    All things being equal, it'll certainly feel warmer than Buffalo in late January! While temps may feel a little brisk on the odd day and in the evenings, you should be just fine laying out in the sun. Besides, my guess is that most hotels will have heated pools for those months when the sun doesn't heat the water up quite enough for swimming.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Head over to Lee County's Manatee Park, about 40 miles east of your location, where you'll find manatees in a non-captive refuge. Optimum viewing times are between November and March due to the cooler gulf temperatures. There are a number of dolphin-watching cruises and kayak tours offered out of Sarasota, notably in and around Brandenton.

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