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Postby Canadian Citizen » Tue 27 Mar 2007 17:31

Mal:

Hurricanes are over by the end of September, usually. Christmas and new years in Florida, is the busiest time of the year, with temps of plus 25 to 30 C. Hot and sunny.

For private ads by Canadians that want to rent out their Florida homes, or apartments in a condo development, read the Saturday edition of the Toronto STAR newspaper, in the classifieds, under "out of country rentals ". Much cheaper than renting from some big impersonal corporation.

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Postby Dave » Tue 27 Mar 2007 18:08

I've split this from the original topic ("Driving from Ontario") because although it has some useful information, that information belongs on our "Georgia and the South" board on the In-Country Forum rather than on the "Driving-related questions" board on the Canada Forum.
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