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The survey of 642 voters representing all of the state’s geographic regions, ages, political affiliations and races showed that St. Augustine was their favorite Florida city. Although the results may not have been surprising, the margin of victory for the Oldest City was impressive. For example, it was “leagues ahead of the home of Disney World, Orlando” which finished second. In fact, St. Augustine was viewed favorably by 76 percent of the respondents and seen negatively by only five percent. Orlando got a 64 percent favorable and a 13 percent negative. Next came Tampa with a 61 percent favorable and 13 percent unfavorable, followed by Key West which received a 60 percent favorability rating and 12 percent who weren’t that thrilled with the city. Which city finished last? Miami had a 36 percent favorable rating, while 35 percent of Floridians viewed the city negatively.
It is important to note that no one paid Public Policy Polling to conduct the survey. They just wanted to find out what the results would be if they “just asked a local.” Needless to say, when residents of Florida’s Historic Coast are asked their opinion of the survey, the answer is: 100 percent favorable!
Colorado Magazine this week hosts our Colorado Fitness Special, starting with Rick Jones’ Customized Exercise and Nutrition’s specialized personal trainers, Jann works out at Mountains Edge Fitness Center in Boulder and Gabe visits Mahany’s Gym in Denver for a free week of access. Our weekly movie review by Dan Culberson’s Hotshots look at the movie “The Bucket List” now in Theaters, Music Channel 1 brings us more top videos with this year’s Grammy nominees Feist with 1234, this week on Jann Scott Live Jann helps us with some financial decisions and how to manage our budget, and then Jann Scott’s Great American Road Trip visits the Florida Keys in Key Largo and Key West on this episode of Colorado Magazine.
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This week on Colorado Magazine we look at: Travel Channel 1, Food Channel 1, Music Channel 1, Film Channel 1, Jann Scott Live and more, first, Jann goes to Key West around the town and then watches the Regatta Boat Race happening this month in the Florida Keys, on an episode of Baking with Scott at Great Harvest Bread in Boulder we learn about the soups, sandwiches and breads they make in the store, Michael Long of Opus Restaurant opens an all new Italian Restaurant and Jann visits with him at Michael’s Italian Bistro and Brewery in Littleton. Jann Scott Live investigates the boulder city council and then we remember the great Martin Luther King with a short look back at his “I Have a Dream” speech. Hotshots movie reviews with Dan Culberson looks at the must see “Juno” in theaters now. Music Channel 1 brings you the music video “Give it To Me” by Timbaland featuring Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake on this week of Colorado Magazine.
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Jann’s Great American Road Trip. Starts in St Augustine Florida and continues south through the Florida Keys visiting Daytona Beach, Disney World, South Beach Miami, Coconut Grove, Key Largo, Key West and most recently south of the border to the Rivera Maya and Playa Del Carmen Mexico.
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The Great American Road Trip stayed at the Southern Most Hotel and Resorts Properties voted Best Place to stay in Key West. You have to eat at Camille’s also voted best restaurant in Key West. We rented mopeds from Moped Hospital. It is the only way to get around Key West. Though I must tell you Ford gave us an Expedition for our two months in the keys taping this series. It held all 28 pieces of equipment.
Great American Road Trip Florida Keys is a best of Florida Keys show, induces Key Largo with the African Queen, the famous Caribbean Club Bar, the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center, Then in Marathon Florida, the Dolphin Research Center and Crane Point Hammock, then just before you get to Key west make sure to stop by at the 7 Mile Grill and Pigeon Key where you can visit Flagler’s Railroad Camp. Then just before your in Key west you’ll want to stop by at the Bahia Honda Key and the Bahia Honda State Park there. Finally in Key West at the Southernmost tip of the United States you can ride mopeds, and stay at one of the Southernmost Hotels. And if you as wild as the people in Key West you may want to check out the Chicken Store and grab the best key lime pie in Key West at Camille’s Restaurant. Also the Fort Zachary Taylor State Park Beach and the Harry S Truman, Little White House for some historical sites, and if you love cats you’ll want to visit the Hemingway’s House and maybe a drink is what you’d like well stop by Captain Tony’s Saloon. And of course Art Museums and the famous Key West Cemetery and if you go at the right time of year you may see the Regatta boat race and sail away into the sunset on the Americas tour boat.