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The Grand Celebration, the only passenger cruise ship based at the Port of Palm Beach, is back from its 3-month hurricane relief mission to the Virgin Islands. Cruising begins again on December 23rd to the Grand Bahama Island. 

Since September, the ship had been chartered by FEMA and was providing housing to first responders and National Guard members who were rebuilding the islands after the damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

The chief officer of the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which operates the 1,900-passenger Grand Celebration, said they were happy to help and are excited to return and offer cruises to guests. They will also be adding another ship to the Port of Palm Beach in April called the Grand Classica. The Grand Classica

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Sometimes it's a little hard to get into the Christmas spirit in Florida when you're walking around in flip flops. Well, get ready for Christmas nostalgia because Delray Beach has a Christmas Miracle! 

"Miracle" pop-up bar is going to put you in the holiday spirit real quick. The pop-up Christmas bar has over 50 locations across the country but only one in Florida and it's right here in Palm Beach County. Miracle has taken over the Death or Glory drinking den in Delray for the winter holiday. 

The bar has been transformed into your Christmas livingroom from childhood- with a few extras of course. It's a party place decorated for the season with Christmas trees, tinsel, shiny garlands, plastic Santas and reindeer, lots of lights, and of course-

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  The Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach is a great amenity to the busy and wealthy Palm Beach County. With 6 million passengers flying through annually, the airport has become accustom to traverler's wants and likes.   The PBIA has everything from a day spa to a putting green to a doggy park. There are 15 restaurants like Flagler Gourmet Market, Nick's Tomatoe Pie, and Sam Snead's, and known favorites including Starbucks, Chili's, and Burger King. There are more than 10 shops and news stands, an 8-hole putting area, and a magnificent day spa offering Swedish massages, deep tissue treatments, mani's and pedi's, and more.   The airport offers private nursing suites for traveling mothers and their families, KidZoo indoor…
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In the early 20th century, aviation was still in its infancy.  Before that period, British military aviators practiced landings and takeoffs right here in the Jupiter Inlet.  At the height of World War I, Americans thought U.S. fighter pilots were respected and held in high regard.  The fighter pilots bravely flew in middle of one of history’s bloodiest wars to protect and serve our country.

This year, 2017, is the 100th anniversary celebration of the United States joining our allies in World War I in 1917.  The Flagler Museum salutes these aerial heroes with a “Knights of the Air: Aviator Heroes of World War 1” exhibition within the museum located in Palm Beach.

“Knights of the Air: Aviator Heroes of World War I” details:

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  The city of Stuart is a unique place on the southeast Florida coast. Its mix of historic and new downtown area, integration of many waterways, and beautiful homes and natural scenery make it a hidden gem in the luxury real estate world. One of the best things about Stuart is that there are always things to do and new places to try. Below is a list of 10 local waterfront dining spots that all have indoor and outdoor seating. If you're thinking about coming to the area, stop at one of these restaurants for a taste of what it's like to live here.    1. Sailor's Return Right under the Roosevelt bridge, this casual elegant restaurant fits its name. Located next to a yacht sales marina, enjoy views of beautiful boats from mega tri-decks to sleek…
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There’s seems to be a national holiday for apparently everything these days. National Coffee Day is this upcoming Friday, September 29, 2017 and that means you can score some deals on your daily brew, or even a FREE cup of Joe.  FREE caffeination for you.  Raise a cup of thanks to the offers from nationwide retailers.

DUNKIN DONUTS

Dunkin Donuts, in honor of National Coffee Day, is offering if you purchase one medium or large coffee and you will receive a second medium cup of coffee FREE! 

KRISPY KREME

The Krispy Kreme donut shop is offering FREE java for the entire weekend starting on Friday, September 29, 2017.  Pick up a FREE hot coffee in any size, or a small iced coffee for FREE…no purchase necessary. 

McDONALD’S

The fast food

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The  Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway stretches for nearly 3,000 miles along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf Coasts. The sparkling, bright blue waterway in this area is between the coastline of a series of barrier islands.  It is a favorite route for sightseeing boats and boating activities because of its calm waters.

The Manatee Queen is a secret treasure in Jupiter.  The vessel is a well-kept and operated by the Captain. During the narrated tour, the Captain explains some local history of Jupiter, such as the background of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse as he makes his way up the Intracoastal Waterway.  Cruise alongside incredible Jupiter Island highlighting some of notable homes. Spot a manatee or two swimming under the waterway or noteworthy birds

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Are you craving a place for calm and peaceful relaxation?  Winding Waters Natural Area, located at 6161 Haverhill Road within the city limits of West Palm Beach. Winding Waters is 548 acres of tranquility and peace with a series of linked marshes and ponds.  It is situated between the Turnpike and the Haverhill, south of Dyer Park. Get away from the everyday routine and city noise as you feel the soul soothing air of South Florida.

The wetlands are the park’s main feature as it is designed to provide habitat and nesting sites for birds, plant species and more. There are also pine flatwoods and hammocks around the periphery of the marshes filled with boundless a variety of wildlife throughout the park.

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French chefs are masters at their craft and it is internationally known that they are the most rigorously trained and exacting chefs. French cuisines superiority is on the geographic good fortune that makes French agriculture both varied and rich in flavor.

French food is rooted in tradition. You will not find low calories delights, quinoa or kale on the traditional French menu. The French are extremely passionate when it comes to love, their culture and food. In fact, food is an important part of their culture and their lives.  Take a glance back on history, the best chefs prepared lavish meals for kings, queens and aristocracy.  Once the revolution came, these chefs opened restaurants for the masses and

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Ever dream of waking up and hearing the waves crashing onto the shore right outside your door? Look no further than the Palm Beaches.

With over 47 miles of the Atlantic Coastline and the blue Gulf Stream waters, these tropical paradise beaches is the place where millions of visitors come each year to enjoy themselves and make life long family memories
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After relaxing on some of the most incredible beaches join the local cities and towns and enjoy some dinner and drinks at some of the best bars and restaurants, featuring delicious cuisine from some of the highly praised chefs in the area. When finished enjoying delicious meals, the Palm Beaches offers great shopping districts and neighborhoods scattered throughout the county. The famous Worth Avenue in

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