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A lunchtime dog walker passes the Cascades Park amphitheater.
Book lovers gather at Midtown Reader, an independent book store.
Bradfordville Blues Club is just outside town.
School children visiting Kleman Plaza.
Patrons at Liberty Bar & Restaurant.
Students enjoy a bit of winter sunshine on the FSU campus.
FSU is a hive of activity much of the year.
A student cycles through the Florida State University campus.
Magnolia Crossings Shopping Center in midtown.
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital is one of the city’s top employers.
Overlooking Cascades Park, The Edison Restaurant is a popular downtown gathering place.
Several shopping centers cater to college students.
Lake Ella’s Food Truck Thursdays attract a multigenerational crowd with live bands and local vendors.
South Monroe Avenue is home to discount stores.
Downtown restaurants run the gamut from casual cafés to upscale dining experiences.
Governor’s Marketplace offers a variety of chain retailers.
Luxury condominiums in the heart of downtown Tallahassee.
Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas.
Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas.
The new construction single-family home market is growing in Tallahassee.
Midtown Tallahassee has a small but coveted selection of historic bungalows.
New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods.
New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods.
Student apartments proliferate within a few miles of the college campuses.
Old and new capitol buildings at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and North Monroe Avenue.
The Florida Supreme Court is one of several government buildings on Capitol Hill.
Historic St. John’s Episcopal Church is a hub of community activity in downtown Tallahassee.
Cascades Park overlooks downtown Tallahassee.
One of downtown Tallahassee’s Chain of Parks.
Florida A&M University is a top-ranked historically black university.
Florida State University.
Florida State University.
Doak Campbell Stadium at FSU.
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is a short drive from town.
The St. Marks Trail attracts cyclists and pedestrians.
Capitol Hill hums with activity during the legislative session.
The Kleman Plaza parking garage sports a Tallahassee slogan.
The walking track encircling Lake Ella provides outdoor recreation for city dwellers.
School groups gather in the park at Kleman Plaza.
 Lake Ella is a busy gathering spot in midtown Tallahassee.
Nestled in a historic neighborhood, Lafayette Park features walking trails, tennis courts and a community center.
The 200-acre Piney Z Lake is surrounded by neighborhoods.
Lafayette Heritage Trail Park features multi-use trails, Piney Z Lake and picnicking.
Walking trail at Lafayette Park in midtown Tallahassee.
The Wacissa River in Jefferson County near Tallahassee offers outdoor recreation.
 Boating on Ochlockonee Bay, about 45 minutes from Tallahassee.
 
Tennessee Street is a main thoroughfare through Tallahassee.
There are more than 20 bus routes throughout the city of Tallahassee.
Cars and a free trolley converge on Tennessee Street in downtown Tallahassee.
Rental scooter station at Cascades Park in downtown Tallahassee.
Though cars are more common on the FSU campus, bikes are another a popular mode of transportation.
Shuttle vans are another regional transportation option.
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A lunchtime dog walker passes the Cascades Park amphitheater. – Nancy Moreland

Book lovers gather at Midtown Reader, an independent book store. – Nancy Moreland

Bradfordville Blues Club is just outside town. – Nancy Moreland

School children visiting Kleman Plaza. – Nancy Moreland

Patrons at Liberty Bar & Restaurant. – Nancy Moreland

Students enjoy a bit of winter sunshine on the FSU campus. – Nancy Moreland

FSU is a hive of activity much of the year. – Nancy Moreland

A student cycles through the Florida State University campus. – Nancy Moreland

Magnolia Crossings Shopping Center in midtown. – Nancy Moreland

Tallahassee Memorial Hospital is one of the city’s top employers. – Nancy Moreland

Overlooking Cascades Park, The Edison Restaurant is a popular downtown gathering place. – Nancy Moreland

Several shopping centers cater to college students. – Nancy Moreland

Lake Ella’s Food Truck Thursdays attract a multigenerational crowd with live bands and local vendors. – Nancy Moreland

South Monroe Avenue is home to discount stores. – Nancy Moreland

Downtown restaurants run the gamut from casual cafés to upscale dining experiences. – Nancy Moreland

Governor’s Marketplace offers a variety of chain retailers. – Nancy Moreland

Luxury condominiums in the heart of downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas. – Nancy Moreland

Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas. – Nancy Moreland

The new construction single-family home market is growing in Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Midtown Tallahassee has a small but coveted selection of historic bungalows. – Nancy Moreland

New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods. – Nancy Moreland

New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods. – Nancy Moreland

Student apartments proliferate within a few miles of the college campuses. – Nancy Moreland

Old and new capitol buildings at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and North Monroe Avenue. – Nancy Moreland

The Florida Supreme Court is one of several government buildings on Capitol Hill. – Nancy Moreland

Historic St. John’s Episcopal Church is a hub of community activity in downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Cascades Park overlooks downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

One of downtown Tallahassee’s Chain of Parks. – Nancy Moreland

Florida A&M University is a top-ranked historically black university. – Nancy Moreland

Florida State University. – Nancy Moreland

Florida State University. – Nancy Moreland

Doak Campbell Stadium at FSU. – Nancy Moreland

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is a short drive from town. – Nancy Moreland

The St. Marks Trail attracts cyclists and pedestrians. – Nancy Moreland

Capitol Hill hums with activity during the legislative session. – Nancy Moreland

The Kleman Plaza parking garage sports a Tallahassee slogan. – Nancy Moreland

The walking track encircling Lake Ella provides outdoor recreation for city dwellers. – Nancy Moreland

School groups gather in the park at Kleman Plaza. – Nancy Moreland

 Lake Ella is a busy gathering spot in midtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Nestled in a historic neighborhood, Lafayette Park features walking trails, tennis courts and a community center. – Nancy Moreland

The 200-acre Piney Z Lake is surrounded by neighborhoods. – Nancy Moreland

Lafayette Heritage Trail Park features multi-use trails, Piney Z Lake and picnicking. – Nancy Moreland

Walking trail at Lafayette Park in midtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

The Wacissa River in Jefferson County near Tallahassee offers outdoor recreation. – Nancy Moreland

 Boating on Ochlockonee Bay, about 45 minutes from Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Tennessee Street is a main thoroughfare through Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

There are more than 20 bus routes throughout the city of Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Cars and a free trolley converge on Tennessee Street in downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Rental scooter station at Cascades Park in downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Though cars are more common on the FSU campus, bikes are another a popular mode of transportation. – Nancy Moreland

Shuttle vans are another regional transportation option. – Nancy Moreland

A lunchtime dog walker passes the Cascades Park amphitheater.
Book lovers gather at Midtown Reader, an independent book store.
Bradfordville Blues Club is just outside town.
School children visiting Kleman Plaza.
Patrons at Liberty Bar & Restaurant.
Students enjoy a bit of winter sunshine on the FSU campus.
FSU is a hive of activity much of the year.
A student cycles through the Florida State University campus.
Magnolia Crossings Shopping Center in midtown.
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital is one of the city’s top employers.
Overlooking Cascades Park, The Edison Restaurant is a popular downtown gathering place.
Several shopping centers cater to college students.
Lake Ella’s Food Truck Thursdays attract a multigenerational crowd with live bands and local vendors.
South Monroe Avenue is home to discount stores.
Downtown restaurants run the gamut from casual cafés to upscale dining experiences.
Governor’s Marketplace offers a variety of chain retailers.
Luxury condominiums in the heart of downtown Tallahassee.
Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas.
Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas.
The new construction single-family home market is growing in Tallahassee.
Midtown Tallahassee has a small but coveted selection of historic bungalows.
New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods.
New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods.
Student apartments proliferate within a few miles of the college campuses.
Old and new capitol buildings at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and North Monroe Avenue.
The Florida Supreme Court is one of several government buildings on Capitol Hill.
Historic St. John’s Episcopal Church is a hub of community activity in downtown Tallahassee.
Cascades Park overlooks downtown Tallahassee.
One of downtown Tallahassee’s Chain of Parks.
Florida A&M University is a top-ranked historically black university.
Florida State University.
Florida State University.
Doak Campbell Stadium at FSU.
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is a short drive from town.
The St. Marks Trail attracts cyclists and pedestrians.
Capitol Hill hums with activity during the legislative session.
The Kleman Plaza parking garage sports a Tallahassee slogan.
The walking track encircling Lake Ella provides outdoor recreation for city dwellers.
School groups gather in the park at Kleman Plaza.
 Lake Ella is a busy gathering spot in midtown Tallahassee.
Nestled in a historic neighborhood, Lafayette Park features walking trails, tennis courts and a community center.
The 200-acre Piney Z Lake is surrounded by neighborhoods.
Lafayette Heritage Trail Park features multi-use trails, Piney Z Lake and picnicking.
Walking trail at Lafayette Park in midtown Tallahassee.
The Wacissa River in Jefferson County near Tallahassee offers outdoor recreation.
 Boating on Ochlockonee Bay, about 45 minutes from Tallahassee.
 
Tennessee Street is a main thoroughfare through Tallahassee.
There are more than 20 bus routes throughout the city of Tallahassee.
Cars and a free trolley converge on Tennessee Street in downtown Tallahassee.
Rental scooter station at Cascades Park in downtown Tallahassee.
Though cars are more common on the FSU campus, bikes are another a popular mode of transportation.
Shuttle vans are another regional transportation option.
A lunchtime dog walker passes the Cascades Park amphitheater.
Book lovers gather at Midtown Reader, an independent book store.
Bradfordville Blues Club is just outside town.
School children visiting Kleman Plaza.
Patrons at Liberty Bar & Restaurant.
Students enjoy a bit of winter sunshine on the FSU campus.
FSU is a hive of activity much of the year.
A student cycles through the Florida State University campus.
Magnolia Crossings Shopping Center in midtown.
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital is one of the city’s top employers.
Overlooking Cascades Park, The Edison Restaurant is a popular downtown gathering place.
Several shopping centers cater to college students.
Lake Ella’s Food Truck Thursdays attract a multigenerational crowd with live bands and local vendors.
South Monroe Avenue is home to discount stores.
Downtown restaurants run the gamut from casual cafés to upscale dining experiences.
Governor’s Marketplace offers a variety of chain retailers.
Luxury condominiums in the heart of downtown Tallahassee.
Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas.
Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas.
The new construction single-family home market is growing in Tallahassee.
Midtown Tallahassee has a small but coveted selection of historic bungalows.
New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods.
New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods.
Student apartments proliferate within a few miles of the college campuses.
Old and new capitol buildings at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and North Monroe Avenue.
The Florida Supreme Court is one of several government buildings on Capitol Hill.
Historic St. John’s Episcopal Church is a hub of community activity in downtown Tallahassee.
Cascades Park overlooks downtown Tallahassee.
One of downtown Tallahassee’s Chain of Parks.
Florida A&M University is a top-ranked historically black university.
Florida State University.
Florida State University.
Doak Campbell Stadium at FSU.
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is a short drive from town.
The St. Marks Trail attracts cyclists and pedestrians.
Capitol Hill hums with activity during the legislative session.
The Kleman Plaza parking garage sports a Tallahassee slogan.
The walking track encircling Lake Ella provides outdoor recreation for city dwellers.
School groups gather in the park at Kleman Plaza.
 Lake Ella is a busy gathering spot in midtown Tallahassee.
Nestled in a historic neighborhood, Lafayette Park features walking trails, tennis courts and a community center.
The 200-acre Piney Z Lake is surrounded by neighborhoods.
Lafayette Heritage Trail Park features multi-use trails, Piney Z Lake and picnicking.
Walking trail at Lafayette Park in midtown Tallahassee.
The Wacissa River in Jefferson County near Tallahassee offers outdoor recreation.
 Boating on Ochlockonee Bay, about 45 minutes from Tallahassee.
 
Tennessee Street is a main thoroughfare through Tallahassee.
There are more than 20 bus routes throughout the city of Tallahassee.
Cars and a free trolley converge on Tennessee Street in downtown Tallahassee.
Rental scooter station at Cascades Park in downtown Tallahassee.
Though cars are more common on the FSU campus, bikes are another a popular mode of transportation.
Shuttle vans are another regional transportation option.

A lunchtime dog walker passes the Cascades Park amphitheater. – Nancy Moreland

Book lovers gather at Midtown Reader, an independent book store. – Nancy Moreland

Bradfordville Blues Club is just outside town. – Nancy Moreland

School children visiting Kleman Plaza. – Nancy Moreland

Patrons at Liberty Bar & Restaurant. – Nancy Moreland

Students enjoy a bit of winter sunshine on the FSU campus. – Nancy Moreland

FSU is a hive of activity much of the year. – Nancy Moreland

A student cycles through the Florida State University campus. – Nancy Moreland

Magnolia Crossings Shopping Center in midtown. – Nancy Moreland

Tallahassee Memorial Hospital is one of the city’s top employers. – Nancy Moreland

Overlooking Cascades Park, The Edison Restaurant is a popular downtown gathering place. – Nancy Moreland

Several shopping centers cater to college students. – Nancy Moreland

Lake Ella’s Food Truck Thursdays attract a multigenerational crowd with live bands and local vendors. – Nancy Moreland

South Monroe Avenue is home to discount stores. – Nancy Moreland

Downtown restaurants run the gamut from casual cafés to upscale dining experiences. – Nancy Moreland

Governor’s Marketplace offers a variety of chain retailers. – Nancy Moreland

Luxury condominiums in the heart of downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas. – Nancy Moreland

Traditional brick ranch houses are common in the city and outlying areas. – Nancy Moreland

The new construction single-family home market is growing in Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Midtown Tallahassee has a small but coveted selection of historic bungalows. – Nancy Moreland

New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods. – Nancy Moreland

New townhomes are popping up in popular downtown and midtown neighborhoods. – Nancy Moreland

Student apartments proliferate within a few miles of the college campuses. – Nancy Moreland

Old and new capitol buildings at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and North Monroe Avenue. – Nancy Moreland

The Florida Supreme Court is one of several government buildings on Capitol Hill. – Nancy Moreland

Historic St. John’s Episcopal Church is a hub of community activity in downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Cascades Park overlooks downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

One of downtown Tallahassee’s Chain of Parks. – Nancy Moreland

Florida A&M University is a top-ranked historically black university. – Nancy Moreland

Florida State University. – Nancy Moreland

Florida State University. – Nancy Moreland

Doak Campbell Stadium at FSU. – Nancy Moreland

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is a short drive from town. – Nancy Moreland

The St. Marks Trail attracts cyclists and pedestrians. – Nancy Moreland

Capitol Hill hums with activity during the legislative session. – Nancy Moreland

The Kleman Plaza parking garage sports a Tallahassee slogan. – Nancy Moreland

The walking track encircling Lake Ella provides outdoor recreation for city dwellers. – Nancy Moreland

School groups gather in the park at Kleman Plaza. – Nancy Moreland

 Lake Ella is a busy gathering spot in midtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Nestled in a historic neighborhood, Lafayette Park features walking trails, tennis courts and a community center. – Nancy Moreland

The 200-acre Piney Z Lake is surrounded by neighborhoods. – Nancy Moreland

Lafayette Heritage Trail Park features multi-use trails, Piney Z Lake and picnicking. – Nancy Moreland

Walking trail at Lafayette Park in midtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

The Wacissa River in Jefferson County near Tallahassee offers outdoor recreation. – Nancy Moreland

 Boating on Ochlockonee Bay, about 45 minutes from Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Tennessee Street is a main thoroughfare through Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

There are more than 20 bus routes throughout the city of Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Cars and a free trolley converge on Tennessee Street in downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Rental scooter station at Cascades Park in downtown Tallahassee. – Nancy Moreland

Though cars are more common on the FSU campus, bikes are another a popular mode of transportation. – Nancy Moreland

Shuttle vans are another regional transportation option. – Nancy Moreland

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