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Southwest just announced 12 new routes to leisure destinations like Hawaii and Mexico as it prepares to fly the Boeing 737 Max again — here's the full list

Southwest Airlines will launch 12 new routes in 2021. Carlos Yudica / Shutterstock.com Southwest Airlines is expanding with 12 new leisure routes across the United States and Mexico.  Savannah, Georgia and Sarasota, Florida are the focus of the expansion, with nine new routes to those cities. Hawaii and Mexico will see three new routes as Americans seek vacations in tropical locales. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Southwest Airlines is continuing a nationwide expansion...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, News, Air Travel, California, Mexico, Planes, Trends, Chicago, Flying, United States, Hawaii, George Bush, Long Beach, Nashville, John Wayne


What is pickleball and where to play

There are things you learn in school you generally assume you’ll never need again. Like graphing a parabola, or reciting Hamlet. Also on that list, the invaluable skills gained playing pickleball, the miniature-tennis-like game you completely forgot about after that two-week unit in eighth-grade gym class. Well, not so fast, because pickleball is having a moment beyond the middle school gym. People of all ages are catching pickleball fever, and hotels and resorts are meeting the demand by add...
Tags: Travel, UK, England, London, California, Nbc News, Los Angeles, Jamaica, All, Stone, Sarasota Florida, Longboat Key Club, Denver Seattle, Andy Stone, Pickleball, USA Pickleball Association


Aloha Friday Photo: Kalapaki Beach at dusk

Mahalo to Roger and Debbie Miller from Sarasota, Florida for sharing this serene shot with us for Aloha Friday Photos. This photo was taken at dusk from Kalapaki Beach on Kauai. What a peaceful and relaxing scene! Happy Aloha Friday!   The post Aloha Friday Photo: Kalapaki Beach at dusk appeared first on Go Visit Hawaii.
Tags: Travel, Kauai, Aloha, Roger, Sarasota Florida, Mahalo, Aloha Friday Photo, Kalapaki Beach, Debbie Miller


Red tide is now gone from Florida

Far from the palm-studded paradise of beach bums, Florida has been a veritable nightmare for the past several months. The red tide, a natural environmental phenomenon made worse by pollution and other man-made causes, struck Florida and caused irritation, sneezing, and coughing in beachgoers and significant loss of marine life in some areas. Today, the red tide is gone from most major tourist areas and Florida’s beaches are open for business. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserv...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Miami, Gulf Coast, East Coast, Gulf of Mexico, Naples, Panama City, Everglades, All, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration, Marco, Palm Beach, Fort Myers, Sarasota, St Augustine


Beautiful and Unusual Things To Do in Sarasota Florida

Florida’s overlooked Gulf Coast sweeps from live oaks and manatees to white sand and art routes. But it was the variety of things to do in Sarasota that made me rethink fly-drive travel in general. Instead of driving from A to B and on to C, stop for a while in Sarasota. Keep the car and take day trips, mini trips and deliciously lazy drives to the beach. What are the best things to do in Sarasota? Here are some of the best things to do in Sarasota. Art, science, wildlife, beaches and food...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Usa, America, Pennsylvania, Andy Warhol, Gulf Coast, William, Hertz, Orlando, Destinations, Bay, Sarasota, Sarasota County, Yoder, Sarasota Florida


The Flowers of Florida: the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens

The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota Florida: thousands of tropical plants, art, research and history Does it make sense to start talking about Florida through its flowers? Or is it too trite a cliche? The modern state of Florida, all 66 000 square miles of it, has an inextricable link with flowers. The name, of course, means “flowery” or “full of flowers”, based on the first impressions of Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon when he “discovered” the place in 1513. And in a less smallp...
Tags: Travel, Florida, England, New York, Massachusetts, Northern Ireland, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Louisiana, Gulf Coast, Hertz, Orlando, St Pete, Sarasota, Crystal River


We Drove Cross-country With Our Cat (and Nobody Died). Here’s How.

“Dogs have owners; cats have employees.” So goes the conventional wisdom. So, when we decided to take our “boss”, Lizzi, on a three-month road trip of the U.S. East Coast, people told us we were crazy. They weren’t wrong. Frankly, we had no clue how to travel with a cat in a car long distance. Anyone who’s ever tried taking their feline for even a five-minute car ride knows the struggle. Now, imagine bringing them on a seven-hour drive. It can be … stressful. But, our current living situation...
Tags: Travel, Pets, Cat, Features, Tips, Driving, East Coast, South Carolina, Road Trip, Travel With Pets, Sarasota Florida, Yanni, Airbnbs, Pet Travel, Lizzi, Long Distance Road Trip


"Each winter, for close to a century now, hundreds of Amish and Mennonite families have travelled from their homes in icy quarters of the U.S. and Canada to Pinecraft, a small, sunny neighborhood in Sarasota, Florida."

"Arriving on chartered buses specializing in the transportation of 'Plain people' from areas such as Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Holmes County, Ohio, they rent modest bungalows and stay for weeks, or sometimes months, at a time. It’s vacation.... [W]ithout barns to raise or cows to milk or scrapple to prepare, the typically stringent rules of Anabaptist life are somewhat suspended in Pinecraft.... Earrings, usually forbidden, can be seen glittering from beneath white bonnets, and houses are out...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Law, Dogs, Horses, Canada, Farming, New Yorker, Cows, The New Yorker, Sarasota Florida, Lancaster Pennsylvania, Pinecraft, Ann Althouse, Holmes County Ohio, Amish


Aloha Friday Photo: Coconut Coast

Mahalo to Roger and Debbie Miller of Sarasota, Florida for sharing this lovely Kauai shot with us for Aloha Friday Photos. This photo was taken along the bike path in Kapaa, Kauai. It’s one of those scenes that makes you want to be instantly transported to the Coconut Coast! Happy Aloha Friday! The post Aloha Friday Photo: Coconut Coast appeared first on Go Visit Hawaii. © Go Visit Hawaii - Republication of this entire post is prohibited without prior permission. Using extracts of less than 1...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Kauai, Aloha, Roger, Sarasota Florida, Mahalo, Kapaa Kauai, Aloha Friday Photo, GoVisitHawaii, Debbie Miller, Coconut Coast Happy Aloha


Aloha Friday Photo: Boat ride up the Na Pali Coast with dolphins!

Mahalo to Debbie Miller from Sarasota, Florida for sending this picture perfect Na Pali Coast scene to us for Aloha Friday Photos. Debbie took this photo while on a bucket list and birthday boat ride up the Na Pali Coast. Here’s what she shared about this tour: We were blessed with spectacular weather and calm seas. The scenery was spectacular and we ended up being accompanied by a couple different pods of spinner dolphin. They were so much fun to watch and seeing them jump and spin out of the ...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Debbie, Pali Coast, Sarasota Florida, Mahalo, Aloha Friday Photo, Kauai See & Do, GoVisitHawaii, Debbie Miller


Zaplox Signs Agreement with US-based One Palm Apartments

Zaplox AB (Zaplox), a market innovator of advanced mobile key services, has signed an agreement with One Palm Apartments (One Palm), a luxury residential apartment community in Sarasota, Florida. Under the agreement, Zaplox will provide One Palm with a comprehensive solution in the form of a mobile app and administrative portal. The system will enable the distribution and management of personalized mobile keys, and provide a communication venue for management with the residents.
Tags: Travel, US, Sarasota Florida, Zaplox, Zaplox AB Zaplox, Palm Apartments One Palm


Siesta Beach Is The Best In The U.S., According To Dr. Beach

Siesta Beach in Sarasota, Florida is the best beach in the country right now, according to the prestigious annual rankings from “Dr. Beach.” Every year, Florida International University professor Stephen P. Leatherman, aka Dr. Beach, ranks U.S. coastlines on 50 criteria including water temperature, sand quality and upkeep of the natural environment. Siesta Beach is the only one to top his rankings twice in their 26-year history: It previously won the honor in 2015.  Siesta Beach beat out shorel...
Tags: Travel, Huffington Post, Beach, Suzy Strutner, Hawaii California, Florida International University, Sarasota Florida, Siesta Beach, Stephen P Leatherman, Neil Coulson, Dan King



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