IntroductionFlorida's capital city seems to be a world away from the vacation and commercial centers of Miami, Orlando and Tampa-St. Petersburg, though it's only a short drive from Gulf Coast beaches. Spreading over gently rolling hills, it has a quiet antebellum ambience. Neighborhoods of old homes have roads lined with live oaks that are dripping with Spanish moss, and the city is a lush green most of the year. In the spring, azaleas bloom in bright colors, followed by dramatic magnolias. Spring also ushers in the legislative season, when Tallahassee's Capitol is flooded with lawmakers, lobbyists, aides, and all types of activists and delegations. Whether in town for business or relaxation, visitors will discover that Tallahasseeans are ready to go the extra mile to make them feel at home.
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