Florida drives: hundreds of YouTube videos organized in playlists

The 7-mile bridge, Florida Keys, from Chris RoadWarrior:

"Anytime you drive the one and only Florida Keys on US 1 also called Overseas Highway between Key Largo and Key West you will test your driving skills over the legendary 7-mile bridge, on one side Atlantic Ocean on the other side Gulf of Mexico. A beautiful bridge but also a dangerous one when it comes to passing slow-moving vehicles in front of you."

There are hundreds of YouTube videos, neatly organized in playlists by the YouTube user Chris RoadWarrior: https://www.youtube.com/user/401RoadWarrior/playlists

The videos are not from Florida. Here are a few examples from Florida:



Hidden Gems In Florida

Not a bad starting list:

Most People Don't Know These 14 Hidden Gems In Florida Even Exist http://buff.ly/1gF78OX -- 18 Hidden Gems In Florida http://buff.ly/1gF7dSS

'Real Forrest Gump' trying to recreate grueling run across the United States in 100 days

Oudersluys, a huge fan of the 1994 Tom Hanks movie, is currently mid-way through a gruelling 3,200-mile across the breadth of the United States, which was inspired by his favourite film. "I decided if Forrest Gump could run across the country, I could do it too," he said of his challenge, which has been named Project Gump: https://projectgump.wordpress.com

Read more here: Meet the 'real Forrest Gump' who won't stop running - Telegraph http://buff.ly/1ScZaYV

Weekend in Gainesville

Looking for something to do in Gainesville, Florida? Stop off for a slice at the legendary Satchel's Pizza, grab a bite at Emiliano's Cafe, experience the wonder of the Butterfly Rainforest, watch thousands of bats at the University of Florida bat houses, explore the sunken forest of Devil's Millhopper, hike through Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, or wander through the beautiful Kanapaha Gardens.

Diving Culture in Tarpon Springs

Tarpon Springs is known for its Greek community and sponge diving. Over 500 Greek divers immigrated to Tarpon Springs in 1905 when sponge beds were discovered in the Gulf of Mexico.

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