24 people rescued from sinking boat by passing Carnival Cruise ship off Florida coast

Courtesy: Carnival Cruise Lines/ Press Release Twenty-four people were rescued from a distressed boat some 37 miles off the coast of Palm Beach, Fla., last Saturday. The Carnival Sensation was out on international waters conducting non-operational manning status with a skeleton crew and no passengers on board when they spotted a sinking boat in the

Getting into Disney Parks just got easier

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay The happiest place on earth may be giving visitors more reason to start their day happy in an unconventional way. For years, Disney World patrons have complained about the long lines to get into the theme parks.  Usually, lines create a bottleneck effect in the baggage check portion of the

Florida drivers can soon ditch their physical Driver’s License for a digital version on their mobile devices

Courtesy: Thales’ Website Florida residents will soon have access to a mobile version of their FDL. Thales, a French-based global technology company, reached an agreement with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles that will allow drivers of the state to carry a digital copy of their driver’s license via smartphones and tablets.

Luxury beachside Faena Hotel Miami Beach ranked amongst top in America

Courtesy: Faena Miami Beach Hotel Just when you thought ‘Miamians’ couldn’t brag anymore about why people should take a trip down to South Beach… you thought wrong. In its 33rd annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey, Condé Nast Traveler released its top 10 favorite hotels in the U.S. voted by readers in 2020. As if South

Enjoy a Family-Friendly Vacation at the Pyramids in Fort Myers

Photo: Google Images You don’t have to travel to Egypt to see the pyramids or pyramid-like structures anymore. We have some right here in Florida. And they’re unlike anything else you’ve seen in the United States. In 1997, two Austrians, one being founder and hostess Gerti Höntzsch, began building 26 pyramids villas in Florida. The

Florida’s Idled Cruise Industry Can Set Sail Again on November 1

Photo: Ed Judkins / Pixabay The cruise industry has been fine-tuning a public health proposal to resume sailing. Florida’s idled $8-billion-a-year cruise industry can set sail again November 1 under a plan endorsed by the White House Coronavirus Task Force. President Donald Trump’s administration blocked the CDC’s pending order to keep cruise ships docked until

5 Best Rooftop Dining Places in Florida

Rooftop bar overlooking traffic on Brickell Avenue at dusk in Miami, Florida, United States on January 10, 2019. Photo and Caption: Frank Fell Media/ Shutterstock.com Buddha Sky Bar, Delray Beach Located at 217 East Atlantic Avenue is Buddha Sky Bar. This beautiful restaurant overlooks the Atlantic and features a full dinner service at all seats.

Florida Considers Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Train Project

Hyperloop all cutaway. Photo and Caption: Camilo Sanchez / Wikimedia Commons According to a report in the Fort Myers News-Press, Florida is looking at a company developing a 700 mph hyperloop that could run from Tampa to South Florida. It allows small groups of passengers to travel in pods in tubes at high-speed, using magnetic

Florida College Student’s Right to Party Defended by DeSantis as He Approves Phase 3 Reopening

Governor-elect Ron DeSantis speaking with attendees at the 2018 Student Action Summit hosted by Turning Point USA at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. Photo and Caption: Gage Skidmore | Flickr Florida governor Ron DeSantis has been busy. He made an announcement Thursday that the state will preempt local

A Night at The Devil’s School in Florida

Photo: www.jacksonville.com If you’re looking for something to do in Florida during this pandemic, there may actually be something, if you dare.  Annie Lytle Elementary School, also known as The Devil’s School, is a place you don’t want to get stuck wandering around in at night. Located in Jacksonville, this old school has its fair