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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.
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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, 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!
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.
The fast food…
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The Village of Wellington is now known for being equestrian. With its equestrian population and 57 miles of trails, it has exceptional facilities for riding and polo events. The village has earned the nickname of “The Winter Equestrian Capital of World”, drawing crowds to the largest horse show in the world from late January to mid-March at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. The charming town also has many parks, sports fields, recreation center, up-to-date public library and "The Wellington Green" mall.
Did you know that Wellington, was originally the world's largest strawberry patch? The massive strawberry patch was on land called the Flying Cow Ranch. "Flying" because the founder…
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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Explore and enjoy natural South Florida by canoeing or kayaking and getting a workout at the same time. Quietly glide through the calm and cool waters of Jonathon Dickinson State Park, 16450 S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound, on a kayak or canoe. This is a relaxing journey, ideal for observing a manatee in its natural habitat. white tail buck, turtles, varieties of birds as well. Imagine observing water lilies, air plants, Spanish moss, turtles sunning on the bank, and varieties of birds such as great blue heron or osprey.
As we’ve been told, location is everything! Kayak through the magical setting of mangroves where you can catch pelicans nesting. A stroll back in time to experience what the early pioneers of…
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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…
The Florida home of the Scripps Research Institute is located at 130 Scripps Way, Jupiter on the campus of South Florida's Florida Atlantic University Honors College. The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) is one of the world's largest, private, non-profit research organization It is a non-profit biomedical research and education facility. The main institute is headquartered in San Diego, California. The Scripps Institute in home to over 3,000 scientists, technicians, graduate students and administrative staff and other staff making it one of the largest non-profit biomedical research institutes in the world.
Scripps Florida focus on basic biomedical research and drug discovery. Researchers using the latest cutting-edge technologies, focus on…
Located on Hutchinson Island is a luxury resort community known as Indian River Plantation. The Indian River is a 121-mile long lagoon in Florida, which is part of the Indian River Lagoon system, which in turn forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. It was originally named Rio de Ais, the Ais Indian tribe, who lived along the east coast of Florida, but was later given its current name of Indian River.
The Indian River Plantation offers 1,700 feet of secluded beach with the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west. It is ideal for homeowners who are keen on natural, unspoiled, waterfront property. Residents feel right at home with a casually elegant Indian River Plantation home. Property views vary from…