Port Canaveral, Florida
The main attraction in Port Canaveral is the Kennedy Space Center, featuring exhibits and an IMAX theater which takes you through the entire history of America's space program-complete with a space launch from start to finish. Or, travel to nearby Orlando, home to more theme parks than anywhere else on earth - including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.
Sharing the grea island of Hispaniola with the neighboring Dominican Republic, Haiti is a fascinating little nation perhaps more African in spirit than any other in the Caribbean. It also boasts some stunning beaches. Screened by vgetation-draped mountains and accessible only by sea, Labadee's shady tropical sands are the idyllic private setting for a visit dedicated to the pleasures of a beach picnic, with a little market selling local Haitian handicrafts nearby. One can also go sailing, jet-skiing and for those qualified, snorkeling and diving amid extensive offshore coral reefs.
Falmouth has often been compred to Colonial Williamsburg because of its 19th century Georgian architecture and plantation complexes. Visit the Greenwood Great House museum, and feel like you've stepped into the 19th century. Music and history lovers alike will be mesmerized by the Caribbean's finest antique collection as well as a rare collection of musical instruments. For those looking for a little outdoor fun, Falmouth has 30-foot bamboo rafts that offer romantic and adventurous rides on the Martha Brae River.
George Town, Grand Cayman
Nearly everyone arriving will end up in the same locale: George Town. That name encompasses both a district, which includes the airport, and the actual capital city of the island. Head to the city's waterfront shopping area. All the shopping here is duty-free, so take a little time to check out stores like Caymania Duty Free and De Sunglass Man & De Watch Man. More importantly, though, you can nosh on one of the island's famous rum cakes here, at Turtuga Duty-Free Liquors & Bakery.
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Mexico's largest island, Cozumel, is a heady mix of cosmopolitan restaurants, hotels and shops set amidst astounding natural beauty. It has become famous for its superbs scuba diving, and also as a cruise ship destination where stylish amentities are offered in a simple island atmosphere.
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