Glass Bottom Boats & Mermaid Tails: Florida's Tourist Springs
Stackpole Books, 2006 - 154 Seiten
An authority on the South's roadside history and tourism describes the history of Florida's natural springs, discussing how such sites as Silver Springs, Wakulla Springs, Rainbow Springs, Weeki Wachee Spring, and Homosassa Springs became popular tourist attractions and assessing the impact of the development of Orlando as a world-class vacation spot on the sites. Original.
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