When does a Florida vacation get a little too good for your liking?

By Danica J. Rivelli, Florida TodayThe holiday season is here and the weather is starting to get a bit hotter than it has been in years.

So let’s take a look at what to look for at all the places around the Sunshine State you can get to know, meet, and get some pictures of.1.

Florida State University, MiamiUniversity of Miami, is the home of the Miami Hurricanes football program, a national championship team, and a top-ranked basketball program.

But what sets it apart from all of the other big-name schools is the fact that the school’s mascot is an old man who’s been around a long time.

The mascot was created in 1912 by a man named William O’Connor.

He named his mascot “Old O’ Connor” because he was a student at the University of Miami and wanted to be recognized for his efforts in the field of architecture.

The university now has three mascots, all of whom are based on O’Connors.2.

The Art MuseumMiami is a place you can’t escape.

It is known for its museums, museums of all kinds, and museums of contemporary art.

It’s a great place to see new artworks or old works that you can just pick up and take home and hang on the wall.

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) has a large collection of paintings and sculptures by local artists, and you can visit one of its galleries at the Museum of Art.3.

The Miami Beach Museum of ScienceMiami is an amazing museum, filled with over 60,000 artifacts.

Miami is known as a hub of research and technology in the world, and the Museum has a collection of over 5,000 scientific objects.

You can learn more about what makes Miami great in the Museum’s science and engineering section.4.

University of Florida, GainesvilleThis is probably the most popular tourist attraction in Florida.

The Florida State Fair is the largest annual event in the state and is a great way to see the state from the comfort of your home.

The fair attracts over 3 million visitors annually, and every year thousands of people flock to the campus to see exhibits, participate in events, and participate in a few contests.5.

Miami GardensThe Miami Gardens neighborhood is known around town as the best in the region.

This area is the heart of the neighborhood, with its vibrant arts scene, and it has many attractions like the Florida Zoo, the Beach Museum, and Gardens of Sunshine.

You’ll find yourself coming here for all of your summertime needs.6.

Everglades National ParkA little less popular than most of the national parks, the Everglade National Park is a popular destination for vacationers and locals alike.

The park includes a variety of different habitats, which makes it a great setting for exploring the flora and fauna of the Evergades.7.

Florida Botanic GardenMiami’s botanical gardens are the perfect place to learn more than just about anything in the garden.

You’re bound to find something to interest you, and if you’re a gardener, you can be rewarded with some fun gardens and even an annual flower show.8.

Olde Towne Miami The Olde Miami is a unique and historic area, which is located about 45 minutes from downtown Miami.

This is the hometown of one of the most famous people in American history, James Monroe.

He lived in the area from 1864 to 1885 and is considered the “father of modern Miami” and one of South Florida’s greatest residents.9.

Biscayne BayThe Biscay Bay is home to one of Miami’s most popular beaches, Palm Beach.

The town is located on the southern tip of the peninsula, and is one of our favorite beaches.

It offers spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, and other areas of the Gulf Coast.10.

Orlando International AirportOrlando International Airport is home of both the Orlando International Air Show and the Orlando Airport.

Both events are held every summer, with the International Air Shows being held in early May and the Airport Show being held the week of June 1.11.

Coral GablesThe Coral Giers is a quaint community of about 1,000 people on the northern tip of Miami Beach.

It has been home to a number of notable residents including President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun, and Hollywood actor Danny Glover.

It hosts a number local events like the Orange County Museum Days and the Caribbean Heritage Festival.12.

Key BiscuitThis popular restaurant chain is located in Key Biskupski, the home town of Mayor Mike Pence.

KeyBiscuit serves traditional seafood and other seafood favorites.

You could even go here on a vacation if you are in town for business.13.

The Hollywood BowlA very popular destination during the summer months, The Hollywood Stadium is a venue for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.

The stadium is one mile