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Florida, Orange County, Zellwood: With Maps and Illustrations (Classic Reprint)

Florida, Orange County, Zellwood: With Maps and Illustrations (Classic Reprint)

ISBN: 9781332128457
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Publication Date: 2015-09-27
Number of pages: 28
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Excerpt from Florida, Orange County, Zellwood: With Maps and Illustrations

If the following pages need an apology - the fact that they are intended chiefly to advertise a locality may suffice. The writer trusts, however, that what is said relative to the advantages and attractions of South Florida may be borne out by the experience of other residents, and be realized by visitors. Of a place so different in all respects from other parts of the United States, it is difficult in fact to give a satisfactory idea. It is not a paradise; it is not without drawbacks. The majority of those who have come to Orange County have succeeded and done well; some have failed. It is so always. In coming, some will have every expectation realized, others will be disappointed. As a rule, and on first glance, Florida does disappoint. It fails to realize always the imaginative picture. But it improves on acquaintance; it grows on one; and those who know it best, who have lived in it longest, are generally its most enthusiastic advocates.

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