Huffington Post on Stuart and Florida’s small-town downtowns: ‘Life as it was and as it remains’

The St. Lucie River, downtown Stuart (Source: Huffington Post)

The Huffington Post: Visit Stuart’s compact downtown, a place with streets named Osceola and Seminole, a place that calls itself “The Sailfish Capital of the World.” Reminiscent of Key West, this town easily navigates the world of bed and breakfasts, small cafes and a “heritage museum” located in the historic Stuart Feed Supply building.

The St. Lucie River is Stuart’s water gem. There’s Riverwalk Stage, the fishing pier and boat docks as well as a beautiful boardwalk where you can take a stroll along the river’s edge.

For the complete article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/visit-florida/floridas-small-town-downtowns-photos_b_1837711.html

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