Top 10 Things to do in Florida

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Universal Studios
This 26 year old theme park is basically there to inspire people to ride the movies it’s got eight different themed areas throughout the parks each one has different live shows rides and attractions in each area there is enough to see and do here for at least a couple of days no question about it some of our favorite rides were Harry Potter and the escape Gringotts the amazing spider-man and a day in the park with Barney what ye-yeah is one of the rides

Devil’s Den natural springs
Devil’s Den is a natural spring located an hour and a half outside of Orlando it was formed when a roof of a subterranean river collapsed thousands of years ago and gave us this beautiful wonderful behalf today there’s 400 water passages that you can explore just make sure you have a flashlight when you go.
Florida Everglades
1.5 million acre of wetland that covers the south of Florida full of unique wildlife and lots of floating grass the slow-moving river the localized shallow is breeding ground for a lot of interesting creatures we’re going to find Gators here.

Florida Keys
Today we’re going RC this is one of my favorite spots in the entire state it’s a strain of tiny little islands going from the top all the way down into the Gulf of Mexico they used to only be accessible by boat but in the beginning of 1900s they built a railway which was swiftly destroyed 1935 by hurricane since the distraction of the railway connecting the islands in 1935 people have been building highways to connect the entire string of islands all the way to qsr which is the farthest on island the longest bridge between the islands is a seven mile bridge which is completed in late 70s the keys were one of my favorite places in the entire state of Florida just because it’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen before what justice is taking us the key was there’s no other place in the world that I can think of where you have a highway that you’re driving through the ocean you got the Atlantic on one side and you got the Gulf of Mexico on the other side bridges there are about seven miles long and there’s nothing around you but ocean and that is the coolest thing to be driving through the ocean like that so definitely go .

Yes only a stone’s throw from Orlando more importantly Disneyworld this place is a hot spot for water parks adventure parks and any kind of thrilling experience that you’re trying to go after we got up close and personal with Gators at a place called Gator land Oh what will he do that is not really Frank you could ever do me

Daytona Beach
Nicknamed the world’s most famous Beach and Spring Break capital of the world is located between Jacksonville and Orlando on the east coast of Florida Daytona has a wide array of activities that it’s famous for obviously water based activities like sailing surfing kayaking canoeing paddleboarding and jet skiing more notable is actually a NASCAR event Daytona 500 so if water sports aren’t really your thing you can always watch bunch of cars driving a counterclockwise circle really really fast for 500 miles

The most bustling funnest party city I like to say in all of America Miami is home to incredible beaches the city is loaded with a lot of cultural influence from Cuba so find a lot of Latinos they’re mixed in with the tourists if you’re into having a good time you gotta listen to Will Smith body in the city wanna beat it I don’t know be just in the break it just…

Gainesville Florida
Gainesville is a vibrant city located in the northern region of Florida and houses the University of Florida due to its large student population isn’t exciting an eccentric place for you to go get a beer season live music or even just see live music on the street Oh Gainesville was voted the best place to live and play in 2007 by National Geographic adventure magazine so what why we added Gainesville to the list is we were super Jonjo but we just arrived in this really cool town was taken away by all the architecture and building from small bars that we had recently seen inside of Florida so that was a main reason why we liked it all over the place in a good mood actually approaching us and saying what are we doing and just always very approachable. Only 1 hours drive to historic Cedar Key, where you will find great nature coast scenery with an incredible gulf front condo in Cedar Key.

Morrison Springs
Morrison Springs is 160 acre park but made famous for its quarter-mile Springs that you can swim or scuba dive in now whether you’re scuba diving or just free diving with a mask and snorkel there is a ton of cool stuff to see underwater sadly when we went the recent rainfall had stirred up a lot of leaves dirt and debris and there wasn’t very much that we personally can see but it was still a nice Park in a nice swim nonetheless.

Since Florida is in tropical water you always have all kinds of tropical fish and mammals such as dolphins and manta rays it’s really cool to see manta rays when they mind great because sometimes they jump out of the water and it’s really exciting this is what right in front of us you got all kinds of things in the water you got crocodiles and alligators things you do wouldn’t really see anywhere else in the United States all of it in one hotspot which is four you’ve got a lot of pelicans and the pelicans are hungry and they’re not afraid of you and they will take food directly out of your hands so watch out for the pelicans!