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Best Kept Secrets Of The Gulf Coast

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Let me introduce myself: my name is Richard and together with my girlfriend Sue, we will be travelling from London to Orlando on April 22nd for a five week road trip round Florida. This will be our third USA road trip assisted by Fodor.
So far we have planned our itinerary down to the Keys and back to the start of the Tamiami trail. Could I ask some of you to share your favourite tips for the Gulf Coast and the area inland and below Ocala.
Any suggestions, big or small would be welcome. I'm thinking: out of the way destinations; B&B's in interesting locations; nice drives; walking/cycling trails; rivers, creeks and swimming areas; farms and forests; good food stores; craft beers; markets; festivals (all types); local sporting events; inland towns; places to visit and photograph at sunrise and sunset. Absolutely everything would be considered.
Thank you in anticipation.

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