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Romance in the round


America is made for sharing with so many romantic towns, cities and experiences across the country. the perfect match


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Discover The Palm Beaches The Best Way to Experience Florida


hen two’s company, nowhere fits the bill quite like Uncle Sam. From sunsets over white-sand beaches to staying in a log cabin looking out over


the Grand Canyon, the possibilities are endless. But to where do you head and what do you do


when you get there? A survey in early 2014 by internet retail giant Amazon – based on data of romantic items purchased by 100,000 of its customers across the USA – found that San Antonio, in Texas,


was the most romantic city in the country. Couples visiting the city will find a host of options to help put a sparkle in their relationship. They include horse-drawn carriage rides through its historic centre and strolling arm in arm along its scenic River Walk, stopping off to eat at a quaint café or restaurant,


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From Boca Raton to Jupiter, the tropical waters of the Gulf Stream gently warm 47 miles of Florida’s most spectacular Atlantic beaches. To the west, the Everglades and Florida’s largest lake sparkle with natural wonders. Legendary resorts & hotels, famous shops & restaurants, superb golf courses, parks & coral reefs, and hundreds of cultural, historical & family attractions are yours to discover. 800.554.7256 | PalmBeachFL.com


The Official Tourism Marketing Corporation for Palm Beach County


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