Chillin in Florida
Will Kirschner 17
For over 100 years the hamburger has been an American favorite food. From its early years at parts carnivals and fairs, the hamburger has still held a place in Americans life. A cheeseburger/hamburger and a Coke is an American favorite.
Now you just go to Atlantic avenue and go head and eat a nice juicy burger and a great milk shake when you eat at Burger Fi. While you eat you can watch people surf the waves of south Florida. So come on down to the best burgers in south Florida.
The seating is very nice and its quite comfortable to seat there.
Burger Fi is a great place to visit it has all these diferent lights and pictures
Surfin the waves
South Florida's waves and surfers
Atlantic Avenue ocean
Day: 2On the Atlantic avenue ocean you see many things including surfing, volley ball, people doing many other fun things. Not only can play games you can swim in the ocean the water is very warm because of the south Florida climate. But don't forget sunscreen so go head and surf some waves bro.
Commercial cigar rolling first came to Florida in the 1830s and in the decades after the Civil War it became one of the most important industries in the southeastern Florida. Smoking grew from small-scale operations started by Cuban immigrants to factories that made cigars which attracted immigrants because it was very popular.
There was a strong natural link between the cigar workers in Key West and Havana, and by the early 1890s, 50,000-100,000 people traveled back and forth annually.
Cigar manufacturing took place in all of Florida's urban areas at some point during the first century of statehood, but its impacts were particularly in Key West and in the Ybor City and West Tampa areas around Tampa Bay.
Although the industry declined from its height in the first decades of the 20th century after years of conflict because of how bad it was for you and how it it polluted the area. The tobacco played a big impact in World War II. The cigar industries have a big impact on Florida's culture.
World War II Museum
Saturday, Sep. 7th 2013 at 9:15pm
Day: 4Although the Central Florida WW2 Museum is very much a work in progress not yet open
to the public, it collects and displays artifacts through the Traveling Heroes Exhibit. The
Traveling Heroes Exhibit was created to fulfill the need to educate the public about the
struggles and sacrifices made by ordinary Americans to bring Victory in World War II.
Through the Traveling Heroes Exhibit, you are able to see stuff that has never been seen
Day: 5La Crosse FL is were lacrosse was invented, it was invented by the indians. They carried the game/sport through their whole life then it became a sport. Many people didn't know this but there are now many homes and it use to be nothing but grass and many Indians enjoyed played this game lacrosse their.
St. Augustine's Old Jail
Friday, March 15th 2013 at 9:15pm
167 San Marco Ave
St Augustine, FL
The Old Jail was completed in 1891, designed to look like a fine hotel on the outside (it has a wide front porch, and it's pink!), but a real jail on the inside, one of the few surviving 19th-century places of incarceration. Built by Henry Flagler, the massive Queen Anne-style stucco building was located at a good distance from Flagler's own fine hotels, where he hosted many of the wealthiest people in the nation.
Costumed "deputies" show you around the cell blocks, the maximum-security area, and the surprisingly pleasant living quarters of Sheriff Joe Perry and his wife and daughters, who lived just across a narrow hallway from the inmates. Out back, the gallows stand in mute testimony to the rougher side of St. Augustine history. They serve to remind us of a harsher time, and go a long way towards explaining why The Old Jail is now listed as one of the most haunted sites on the National Register of Historic Places.
Ultra Music Festival
Day: 7 Fun Day
Ultra Music Festival is an annual outdoor electronic music festival that occurs in March in the city of Miami, Florida, United States. The festival continues with the annual Winter Music Conference, also held in Miami. Since expansion to 2 weekends in 2013, however, the two Ultra weekends are held on the weekends that begin and end WMC.
Ultra is held in Downtown Miami in Bayfront Park. It was a one-day festival from 1999 to 2006, a two-day festival from 2007 to 2010, and was a three-day festival in 2011 to 2012. In 2012, a record 55,000 people per day attended the festival. In 2013, for the first time in festival history, UMF took place across two consecutive weekends. So come see it.