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Amelia Island

The history of this wedding destination dates back to 1927 when access to Fort George was facilitated with the construction of Heckscher Drive. It was at this time that a group of businessmen decided to build a private club that would be similar to the well-known Jekyll Island Club in Georgia, and they even hired the famous society architect Maurice Fatio to design the club.

Their objective was to attract the well heeled from New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Pittsburgh and elsewhere. At the outset, this private enclave that was named after Jean Ribault, the French Huguenot explorer, proved to be the place to be. Throughout the 1920's and 1930's it had been a sought after playground for the rich and famous, who had a blast of a time enjoying its surroundings- particularly its 9- hole golf course, yacht basin, skeet shooting and its clay tennis more about Amelia Island, Florida >>

Florida Keys - Islamorada

Islamorada, known as the "Sport Fishing Capital of the World," is blessed with gorgeous beaches, superb fine dining and casual restaurants, and some of The Florida Keys' most significant historical and archaeological attractions.
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General Keys Information

Florida Keys - Key West

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Visit Key West Online - Travel and Vacation Information
Key West Florida Online

Marco Island, Florida

Marco Island is the largest of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands, located on the Gulf of Mexico in Southwest Florida. It has been described as Magical, Mystical and Alluring. The attraction is tropical sun-washed white beaches and a casual easy paced life style. Sunshine, frolicking dolphins, and all of the water and sun sports that go with the beaches are available for your pleasure.
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Naples, Florida

Hailed for its tree-lined downtown shopping plazas, sidewalk cafes and lively clubs, Old Naples also holds many of the city's historic and architectural treasures, plus wide, sugar-sand beaches. A recent renaissance has brought boutique hotels and eye-pleasing streetscaping to Fifth Avenue South, at the center of Old Naples.
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Visit Naples Online
Naples Downtown
Naples, Florida Vacation and Travel Information

Palm Island, Florida

Who would not crave for days distancing you from cars, crowds and the other stresses of civilization? Where romantic memories will linger forever recalling the many hours of painting, photography, hiking along two miles of a private unspoiled and shell -laden beach, fishing, tennis, swimming, biking, canoeing, star gazing and watching spectacular sunrises and sunsets, or just lounging lazily in a comfy lawn chair and reading a favorite novel.

A place so exotically remote, that in order to reach it, you will have to take a 5-6 minute car ferry ride, and once you arrive at your destination, you are obliged to leave your car in the resort's parking area. In fact, once you park, the only means of transportation within the island will be your feet, bikes or golf carts.

Now you are probably muttering-give me a break, this sounds too good to be true! more about Palm Island Florida >>

Sanibel Island, Florida

Sanibel and Captiva Islands are known for their shelling, fishing, wildlife refuges, miles of soft white sand beaches, soothing Gulf breezes and boundless natural beauty. Web sites with additional area information:

South Beach, Miami, Florida

When the sun goes down neon lights go on and South Beach heats up. This trendy Art Deco district of Miami Beach is filled with sounds of music and laughter.

Whether you like listening to jazz, dancing the night away in one of the many famous clubs, or just sitting at a sidewalk cafe and people watching -- there is something for everyone in South Beach.
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Bonaire is rich in history and natural beauty offering visitors a wide variety of sightseeing and recreational opportunities.
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Grand Cayman, B.W.I.

Blessed with sun-kissed beaches and waters teeming with fish flecked with gold, the Cayman Islands offers some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world.
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Cayman Islands

Turks and Caicos Islands

There is a perfect piece of paradise in the Turks & Caicos Islands, in the outer archipelago of the Greater Antilles. It is called Providenciales, or Provo, and it is uniquely blessed with all the beauties of nature, a history both rich and colorful, and friendly and industrious native residents who are proud to call themselves "Belongers."
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Turks & Caicos Tourism Board


How to Plan Your Dream Hawaiian Wedding
Every couple wants an exceptional ceremony for their wedding. They want it to be the best - if not the greatest. After all, it will only happen once in their lives. Except, of course, to some famous celebrity-couples who are fond of going in and out of court for the end of their marriages.

Many couples spend time saving their money just for the preparation of that single-day occasion, because they want it to be memorable.

In Hawaii, the wonderful wedding you’ve been dreaming about can become a reality. Wedding planners specializing in Hawaiian weddings see to it that the couple will forever cherish the moment they were bonded as one.

Many people choose Hawaii as their wedding destination because it is one among the world’s most romantic places. Its tropical and warm atmosphere make it seem that it was made especially for lovers. It has suddenly became a couple's spot of celebrating the beginning of their lives together, which has also become a way of boosting the island’s more about Hawaiian Weddings


The islands of Tahiti, officially French Polynesia, are comprised of 118 islands and atolls spread over five great archipelagos. The total area of the destination covers over two million square miles of the South Pacific Ocean.

Many islands are crowned with jagged peaks while others appear to barely float above the breaking waves. Spread over an area as large as Western Europe, the total land mass of all the islands adds up to an area only slightly larger than the tiny state of Rhode Island.

The three archipelagos most sought by visitors are the Society Islands to the west, comprised of Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Huahine, Maupiti, Raiatea, Tetiaroa and Taha'a; the Tuamotu Atolls to the northeast, or Tahiti's Stand of Pearls, which include Rangiroa, Manihi, Tikehau, and Fakarava; and the Marquesas islands to the far more about Tahiti

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