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Millions of people visit Amsterdam each year, snapping photos of its picturesque canals and crooked houses. But there's more to the Dutch capital than meets the eye, and exploring it like a local can offer a whole new perspective on the city. Follow these six tips if you want to see Amsterdam through the eyes of a native.
More people visit the British capital each year than any other European city, and for a good reason. From historic pubs to award-winning restaurants, here are six reasons to travel to London.
Located in Northern Central Texas, Fort Worth was once an old-fashioned town of cowboys, rawhide, and Wild West trades. That is, until the late 19th century, when trades dwindled and other people decided to build the city up. Since then, Fort Worth has become a modern hub for business and leisure.
Daytime in the city is bustling with to-and-fro businessmen and women, some traveling with companies, others dedicating their time to corporations in Fort Worth. On the outskirts of the city, there are lots of nature trails and foot paths, perfect for joggers, cyclists, sight-seers, nature lovers, and dog walkers.
Florida City is settled in the suburbs of Miami, with South Florida as the backdrop, complete with palm trees, sun-drenched skies, and lots of things to do and see. The area is family-friendly, and has been rebuilt since Hurricane Andrew struck in August of 1992. The architecture, like the local families, is strong and steadfast, lending to the reliable, positive atmosphere within the town.
Coral Castle is an amazing must-see for locals and travelers alike. The gardens feature tons of coral, hand-carved into wondrous artworks by one man over a period of decades that began in 1920.
A thriving city in northeastern Miami, Aventura is part of Miami-Dade County. Highly accessible, the city can be reached from several airports – Ft Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, the Miami Executive Airport and the Miami International Airport. Downtown Miami is only 18 miles south of Aventura so be sure to explore and enjoy both areas.
The main center of the city is Aventura Mall and its famous Sunny Isles. Attractions include Founders Park and the fabulous Liberal Arts Theater. The city promenade is a lovely place to enjoy the city vibe and shopping. For those who love to jog, run, skate, or walk, visit Don Soffer Exercise Trail.
The 10-foot wide paved trail is ADA Accessible, and runs 3.1 miles around the lush Turnberry Golf Course. Beautifully landscaped with abundant shade trees, you'll find plenty of benches, chilled water fountains, crosswalks and trash bins. Take Fido on a 6' leash and walk anytime, as low level lighting is provided throughout the trail. .
Apopka, a fast-growing city in Central Florida, lies 16 miles from downtown Orlando and a fitting destination for a side trip or a peaceful haven to stay while enjoying a Disney vacation.
The city, with 49,000 residents, is famous for its historical buildings like The Lodge, a lovely and perfect venue for weddings and events, and the Apopka Seaboard Air Line Railway Depot. To learn about the city’s past and heritage, visitors can drop by at Museum of the Apopkans.
Looking to Indulge in outdoor fun by boating, fishing, camping, or hiking? Apopka has several beautiful lakes and natural wildlife areas including King’s Landing and the lovely Lake Apopka Wildlife Trail. Keep an eye out for the gators!