Florida Keys

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Florida Keys — The Florida Keys archipelago is largely grouped into a trio of sister sections: the Upper, Middle, and Lower Keys. Although there are a number of smaller keys and towns, Key Largo, a scuba diving oasis (in the Upper Keys), sleepy Islamorada (in the Upper Keys), and quirky Key West (at the tail end of the Lower Keys) receive the most attention for their uniquely “Floribbean” appeal.

Why Go

For an exotic tropical escape close to Miami, the Caribbean, and Cuba without ever leaving the States.

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Hotel Deal Alert: Florida Keys Resort Rates From $129

August 13, 2013 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Summer is winding down. If that fact, coupled with the chill that has already crept into the air, is making you shudder, head on down to theFlorida Keysto take ... Read More »

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Top 10 Family Resorts

May 25, 2012 by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

Long gone are the days when a Griswold-esque family vacation was anyone’s idea of fun. Today, modern families require a particular set of leisurely pursuits – ... Read More »

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Three Romantic Vacation Deals in the Sunshine State this Winter

December 30, 2011 by Kayleigh Kulp

Romantic vacations don't have to break the bank – no really, they don't have to. It's still possible to find great deals on warm getaways during the winter, ... Read More »

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Five Ways to Enjoy Winter Romance in Florida

December 21, 2011 by Donna Heiderstadt

Florida brings to mind many things – theme parks, retirement condos, alligators, golf courses, and orange groves among them – but one of the ... Read More »

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Road Less Traveled Finds Teens and Families Volunteering on Vacation

May 17, 2011 by Paul Eisenberg

Spend just five minutes with your teen while she’s forlorn or disengaged, and the idea of one of you leaving town won’t seem like a bad idea. And while ... Read More »

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“See if your airline allows for extended layovers so that you can include an additional destination in your trip without booking separate flights.”

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