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Crobar 1445 Washington Ave. A chance for high octane partying with beautiful people at upstairs VIP room.
Club Space 142 NE 11th Street. After-hours parties last well past noon.
6 Degrees 685 Washington Ave. Fine, fresh food. Combines fine dining with hip lounging.
Hotels and Accommodations
Crowne Plaza Orlando Universal 7800 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32819 Located on Universal Boulevard, the Crowne Plaza Orlando Universal blends the Park Avenue elegance of New York with the chic Art Deco of Miami's South Beach. The hotel offers a conference center, a business center, a variety of guest rooms and suites, some arranged around a breathtaking 15-floor atrium with two glass elevators.
Four Seasons Hotel Miami 1435 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131 70 story hotel of glass, granite - Panoramic view and window seats in most rooms - Heart of business district, near Biscayne Bay.
I-4, which bisects the state, connecting Tampa, Lakeland, Orlando, and Daytona Beach, connecting with I-95 in Daytona Beach and I-75 in Tampa.
I-10, which traverses the panhandle, connecting Jacksonville, Lake City, Tallahassee and Pensacola, with junctions with I-95 in Jacksonville and I-75 in Lake City.
I-75, which enters the state near Lake City (45 miles west of Jacksonville) and continues southward through Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa's eastern suburbs, Bradenton, Sarasota, Fort Myers and Naples, where it crosses the “Alligator Alley" as a toll road to Fort Lauderdale before turning southward and terminating in Hialeah/Miami having junctions with I-10 in Lake City and I-4 in Tampa.
I-95, which enters the state near Jacksonville and continues along the Atlantic Coast through Daytona Beach Melbourne/Titusville, Palm Bay, Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, Stuart, West Palm Beach, and Fort Lauderdale before terminating in Downtown Miami, with junctions with I-10 in Jacksonville and I-4 in Daytona Beach.
Major international airports in Florida which processed more than 15 million passengers each in 2006 are Orlando International Airport (34,128,048), Miami International Airport (32,533,974), Fort Lauderdale International Airport (21,369,577) and Tampa International Airport (18,867,541).
Secondary airports, with annual passenger traffic exceeding 5 million each in 2006, include Southwest Florida International Airport (Fort Myers) (7,643,217), Palm Beach International Airport (West Palm Beach) (7,014,237), and Jacksonville International Airport (5,946,188).
Regional Airports which processed over one million passengers each in 2006 are Pensacola (1,620,198) and Sarasota-Bradenton (1,423,113). Sanford, which is primarily served by international charter airlines processed 1,649,565 passengers in 2006.