Lois gets into her stride
"And let me tell you how much goes on here now". Lois was well into her stride.
"Clematis by night is our family friendly Thursday evening street festival and there is always live music on weekend evenings in City Place. A delightful green market
When to go
Southeast Florida between June and September can be very hot and humid with a high chance of very heavy rain.
“The green market makes for a delightful Saturday morning.
“And there is always something going on along our wonderful waterfront. Now here's somewhere that is attracting interest worldwide.
"We have a wonderful little zoo and a drive through safari park and the McArthur State Park is a great natural resource on our doorstep”.
"So how many more reasons do you need to persuade visitors to head here."
Had I asked for a hundred, I know Lois would have been more than willing to trip them off.
Downtown West Palm Beach
Downtown - the visitor heart of West Pam Beach - provides the city’s main visitor draw, and quite a draw it.
CityPlace runs into the Clematis Historic District.
This, in turn, runs down to the Waterfront providing one continuous flow of retail, leisure and entertainment.
That said, most of each day will be sunny with rain rolling in late afternoon and clearing by early evening.
For the rest of the year Florida is gloriously warm and dry.
Winter is a particularly pleasant time to visit with temperatures from November and February averaging 76 degrees F.
How to get there By air
The Miami and Orlando International airports provide the best international hubs. The city is also served by Palm Beach International Airport
All car rental companies operate in Florida.
I try to travel with Dollar Rent a Car, which has competitive rates and always provides a cracking service.
Where to stay Palm Beach County over 200 hotels, resorts and bed & breakfasts, Palm Beach County offers many more.
Although the whole area is easily walked or cycled, there is also a free trolley service linking the Clematis, CityPlace and Waterfront districts.
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