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Fall Guide 2009




Feel that? That morning a couple of days ago that didn't feel like a slap in the face with a wet towel when you walked out the door? Around here we call that fall, and it is the time of year when you start to remember why you live in Florida. The summer crowds are gone, the mercury is slightly lower than it has been in five months and people are starting to wake up from their summer hibernation. The arts come alive. There's all sorts of good music coming to town. Festivals start popping up here and there. And just like that you have something to do again. But so many choices can lead to indecision. That's where we come in. We've put together the area's best guide to Central Florida's best season. So find something you like in the following pages and get out there. You don't want to miss this.

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