It's a bizarre sensation, like happening upon a geriatric man’s vision of heaven itself. This is one of the fastest-growing small cities in America, a place so intoxicating that weekend visitors frequently impulse-purchase 0,000 homes.
The community real estate office sells about 250 houses every month. The sunrises and sunsets are so intensely pink and orange and red they look computer-enhanced.
Seventy miles northwest of Orlando International Airport, amid the sprawling, flat central Florida nothingness — past all of those billboards for Jesus and unborn fetuses and boiled peanuts and gator meat — springs up a town called Wildwood. Acres of palmetto, hummock, and pine forest clear-cut and covered with vivid sod.
What was once rolling pasture land has been leveled with clay and sand.
Although it's true that some people marry their high school sweethearts, adolescent relationships often operate much differently than those of adults.
From our award-winning Steak House to poolside favorites, authentic Italian Bistro to causal American regional cuisine.
We invite you to join us for a cup of coffee, small bites or a decadent meal.
It's pretty simple: Look for cities that have a lot of other single people!
More specifically, look for neighborhoods where single people are concentrated.