TRAVEL AND LEISURE
A native Floridian once said that eventually the state government would have to place a sign at the border with Georgia that said: “Full, please go home.”
Visitors to Miami, Tampa and other major destinations will understand why the locals feel that way. Although tourism is one of the prime factors in the Sunshine State’s income, it can become frustrating when you can’t find a parking space, the beaches are overcrowded and the sidewalks look like Times Square on New Year’s Eve.
Those in the know are aware that there are terrific alternatives to the over-crowded locales that, even today, have the feel of “Old Florida.”