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The Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach is the perfect place to begin your vacation here in Palm Beach County. The medium sized airport sees roughly six million visitors each year and has been on the “Top 10 Airport” list numerous times by Travel + Leisure Magazine. 

The airport features every amenity you can think of. While waiting for your flight stop by and shop at one of several stores and shops including the PGA Tour Shop, practice your putting with mini golf, dine in at one of several restaurants and cafes, visit the shaded luxury pet area, children’s area, get pampered at the spa and much more. 

The airport sees more than 200 daily departing and arriving flights from more than 13 airlines from all over the United States,

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Located on the beach on Palm Beach Island is the iconic Breakers Hotel that is an island staple and popular destination for all that visit Palm Beach.  The resort is located on 140 plus acres of privately owned beach property in the middle of everything. 

The Breakers Hotel was founded on the sand in 1896 at the turn of the century as industry and business leaders began coming to Palm Beach for their vacations. The luxurious hotel was founded by Henry M. Flagler, one of America’s leading industrialist and known to have contributed to the founding of Palm Beach Island that eventually turned the island into America’s First Resort Destination. 

The Breakers Hotel was Flagler’s second debut on the island.  The Royal Poinciana was Flagler’s first

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Palm Beach Gardens newest residential neighborhood has added more shops and restaurants to its Town Center. Alton’s Town Center is located on Donald Ross Road, east of Interstate 95.  The Town Center is being developed as an entertainment and retail destination within the neighborhood. 

So far businesses are booming at Alton’s Town Center with the new shops and restaurants expected to open in the next few months. Currently, Alton is home to a PetSmart, Publix, Lyrnoa’s, Juniors barber Shop, Panera Bread, Longhorn Steakhouse, Chase Bank, Bolay, LemonShark Poke, Raw Juice Bar , LA Fitness and more. More proposed tenants are expected to open in the coming months. 

Alton Palm Beach Gardens neighborhood will not only feature a Town Center that

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Hobe Sound is centrally located between the Jupiter and Stuart. Every month the Chamber of Commerce in Hobe Sound hosts several meetings and community events for everyone to attend, including the monthly Food Truck events held in the Fall until the Spring. 

Settled along Se Dixie Highway and US Highway One there are plenty of local shops, boutiques and restaurants for you to try. 

Restaurants in Hobe Sound: 

Harry and the Natives: A long-standing, landmark Hobe Sound restaurant that has been business for more than 65 years. The menu features everything from seafood, burgers, breakfast, pastas, salads, Happy Hours specials and much more. Harry and the Natives is open Tuesday through Saturday from 7 am to 9 pm and Sunday’s for Breakfast only

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Palm Beach Island’s iconic Flagler Museum hosts Afternoon Tea every day from November until the end of April. The Afternoon Tea is held in the museum’s Café des Beaux-Arts. 

The elegant tea party features an array of delicious delicacies and refreshments and of course all the tea imaginable.  Guests can enjoy gourmet tea sandwiches, macaroons, traditional scones, sweets, the Flagler’s very own Whitehall Special Blend all served on the elegant Whitehall Collection of China. 

The tea party is held in the Café des Beaux- Arts in the Flagler Kenan Pavilion. The Pavilion was designed as a nineteenth century Beaux-Arts railway station with panoramic views of downtown West Palm Beach and the Intracoastal waterways. 

The Afternoon Tea is held on

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The Gardens Mall is a popular destination for both locals and visitors in Palm Beach County and Palm Beach Gardens. The two-story enclosed shopping mall opened in 1988 and has become an upscale shopping destination. 

The mall features 1.4 million square feet of space with over 160 boutique, specialty shops, restaurants and more to come. The Gardens Mall features five anchor stores Sear’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom’s, Bloomingdales and Saks Fifth Avenue. Recently the mall has added new shops, restaurants and boutiques to their directory.  Some of the new retail stores include Peloton, South Moon Under, Carmen Sol, Kendra Scott, Tesla and True Food Kitchen. 

The mall’s hours:

Sunday: 12 pm to 6 pm

Monday through Saturday: 10 am to 9 am. 

The Gardens

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The Royal Poinciana Plaza hosts their Weekend Wellness Series every Saturday morning in the West Courtyard. The outdoor fitness series features different types of classes that rotate between the community fitness partners, Squeeze Pilates Palm Beach, Belles Total Body and Liv Fitness.

Stop by before or after the outdoor fitness session, where several shops and restaurants in the plaza have special deals for those who participate in the program. Celis Produce Juice Bar offers 20% off juices, smoothies and bowls from 10:30 am to 11:30 am. MDBeauty Labs by Dr. Dadurian offers two types of Wellness Shots: a Vitamin B12 for $25 dollars and Vitamin D shot for $50 dollars from 10:30 am to 11:30 am. Sant Ambroeus offers a Spa Breakfast which features an egg white

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Head to the Downtown Palm Beach Gardens for their weekly outdoor concerts on Friday and Saturday nights.

The free weekly outdoor concert is held in the Center Court of the shopping and lifestyle center. The musical lineup features regional and local bands performing the latest hits. The bands play everything from country, classic rock, pop, jazz, oldies, blues, R&B, and everything in between.

The concerts start at 6 pm to 9 pm in the Center Court of the outdoor center.

March 2020 Outdoor Concert Series Schedule:
Friday, March 13th: Sucker Punch
Saturday, March 14th: Roaring Kelly Band
Friday, March 20th: Shadow Creek
Saturday, March 21st: Casey Raines
Friday, March 27th: Mark Telesca Band
Saturday, March 28th: Altered Roots

Before or after the concert, make

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This weekend, Downtown Abacoa is having a Children’s Festival and Summer Camp Expo hosted by Macaroni Kid’s. Come out this Sunday afternoon and enjoy a fun filled family day.

The day will include family-friendly businesses, a chance to meet some people from the local schools and browse through the numerous summer camps that will be held this summer. More than 30 amazing summer camps will be there to discuss and provide information.

The day will also include arts and crafts, live entertainment, interactive games, dance groups, bands, youth singers, choirs, bounce houses and much more. There will also be several chances to win a free summer camp from many of the camps that will be at the event.

Children’s Festival and Summer Camp Expo Details:
When: Sunday,

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Downtown Abacoa transforms into the ultimate outdoor picnic on the second Friday of every month for the monthly Food Truck Invasion event. The Food Trucks will be lined up along Town Center Drive this Friday night.

The Food Trucks will feature a variety of different types of cuisines and dishes. The food from the trucks is prepared fresh and made to order and will feature everything from burgers, tacos, seafood, desserts, southern, Italian, Asian and much more.

You are asked to bring your own blankets and chairs to hang out and enjoy the DJ playing the most popular and latest hits at the amphitheater. The Food Truck Invasion begins at 5:30 pm this Friday night, March 13th. The cost to attend is free with food and beverage purchases.

Nearby, The Roger Dean

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