The charm of Key West, the southernmost tourist point in the United States, is built on little things — gypsy chickens, polydactyl cats, happy hour, frozen Key lime pie on a stick, Mallory Square sunsets.ADVERTISING
My recent visit to St. Augustine exposed more of that 454-year heritage and dispelled some oft-repeated legends.
Swimming bores me. Or it did until I got to Discovery Cove in Orlando. Part of SeaWorld Parks, Discovery Cove is an all-inclusive day resort where guests swim with dolphins, snorkel with tropical fish, hand-feed exotic birds and relax on sugar-sand beaches. The entry fee covers wetsuits, towels, meals, beverages and all the watery fun.
Yaupon tea was popular with indigenous people until colonists replaced it with imported Asian teas
Take a mental health day and visit the new $50 million National Comedy Center in Jamestown, New York
Graffiti isn’t random scribble. It’s a culture with jargon and rules. In the 2010s, it’s having a mainstream moment, but true graffiti is still a bit counterculture, a bit subversive.
In recent years winemakers at more than half the 45 wineries in the Niagara Peninsula are putting serious energy into sparkling wines