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Five Funky Things To Do in the Florida Keys

Are you looking for funky things to do in the Florida Keys? While there are plenty of fun activities in the Keys, some are more unique than others. On a Florida Keys road trip, as a guest of The Florida Keys and Key West, I expected to indulge in tasty seafood, treat myself to key […]

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Exploring historic St. Augustine: New Look at an Old City

Do you enjoy a historical setting that’s in a walkable city located in a semi-tropical climate? Then exploring historic St. Augustine is for you. Through the years at My Itchy Travel Feet, our writers have introduced you to Early American history in Massachusetts, fun things to do in Fredericksburg, VA, and now the Spanish colonial […]

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How To Road Trip Florida’s Space Coast In 3 Perfect Days

When you’re ready to explore more of Florida, use Cheryl Rodewig’s tips for a 3-day space coast road trip. It’s the perfect extension to a weekend on Amelia Island. Come along as our guest writer, Cheryl, shares her advice for a road trip that includes Titusville, Cocoa Beach and Melbourne, Florida. Florida has its fair […]

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Tips for a Dry Tortugas National Park Day Trip from Key West, Florida

Are you a boomer traveler who enjoys a national park adventure? What about a remote trip that includes sailing to an off-the-beaten-path island in Florida? If so, you’re in luck. Guest contributor, Erika Nelson, is here to share her tips for a Dry Tortugas day trip. It’s the perfect addition to a Florida Keys road […]

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Active Travel on Pine Island

Florida has long been known as one of the country’s most popular vacation destinations. Whether it’s a Florida Keys road trip, multigenerational trips to Orlando parks, or the wild wetlands of the Everglades, there really is something in Florida for everyone. But, for those looking to get off the beaten path just a little bit, […]

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Overhead view of ocean, sand and beach condos at Amelia Island.

How to Spend a Weekend on Amelia Island

Although Florida is a massively popular vacation spot, there are still a few places that manage to stave off the tourist glut. Of course you need to be willing to go off-the-beaten-path just a little bit. Amelia Island, a barrier island located just off Florida’s northeastern coast, boasts breathtaking scenery and plenty of active travel […]

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Exploring Homestead, Florida for History, Food and Outdoor Fun

Florida is one of America’s most visited states. Known for its expansive beaches and multiple attraction parks, the Sunshine State really does have something for everyone. But, there are still some local spots that, although they may not receive droves of tourists, are still worth a trip — like Homestead. Come along as our guest contributor, […]

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Discover butterflies and more on a day in Key West.

If You Only Have One Day in Key West

Our boomer travel readers love visiting Florida. And who can blame them? From spending a weekend on Amelia Island to fishing in the Florida Keys, there’s so much to do! If your Florida travel plans include “spend a day in Key West,” I might as well warn you—that’s not enough time. With a vibrant waterfront […]

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Kayaking Big Pine Key

A Taste of Kayaking in the Florida Keys

Driving over a mile-long bridge that spans cerulean blue water—snorkeling with a multitude of color fish—tasting that first delicate bite of key lime pie—are these the scenes that come to mind when you think of a boomer road trip in the Florida Keys? Those were certainly the images that crowded my mind. And then the folks […]

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