Iggy Azalea (1990-Present)

Iggy Azalea is an Australian recording artist. At the age of 16 she left for the United States to pursue a career in hip hop music. She resided to Miami, Florida, and then to Atlanta, Georgia. She was the first female non-American rapper to be featured on XXL‘s annual Top 10 Freshmen cover issue. She debuted her studio album The New Classic on April 21, 2014 under Virgin EMI and Def Jam recordings. Four singles in her album went on to reach number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The songs include: “Work”, “Bounce”, “Change Your Life”, and “Fancy”. She went on to pass Lil’ Kim as the female rapper with the longest-leading number 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Fancy”. She moved into a tie for fifth place among lead women that have scored the longest commands on the Hot 100 this decade.

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Beautiful St. Augustine, Fl.

St. Augustine, Florida: Castle Warden, home of...

St. Augustine, Florida: Castle Warden, home of the first Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum, and part of the Abbott Tract Historic District: (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Ponce de Leon Hotel in St. Augustine, Flor...

The Ponce de Leon Hotel in St. Augustine, Florida, in about 1901. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When I went on a vacation in St. Augustine, Fl. I saw how wonderful this peaceful town is. I have gone to almost 3 coffee shops that was decorated as old ones like in the early 19th century. The town is perfect for older, and young people to retire that is so quiet and calm. There is a place where you can walk through the streets by looking at stores, restaurants, and there is the littlest school for kids ever built from the 19th century. The king of Spain has visited St. Augustine on a special visit. Me and my parents spent the whole weekend on a hotel that was beautiful, and in front of it you can see the bridge right next to it. On the right side of the hotel is another place where people live. The town has like more than 22 fishing restaurants. All the boat owners go to fish out fishes of all kinds on the sea. This town is the most richest fish market in the state of Florida. There is a Mexican restaurant that we went to that has the most delicious tacos and steak I have eaten there. The place is neat and decent. Right around the area is a museum called Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, and loved it. I saw many strange things that I didn’t know were true that is so bizarre. It is interesting. You can hop on a tour bus and when they guide you through the town they tell you all about its history. My parents and I went to a restaurant called Froggy’s a place where the youth go to dine out and have fun. The people here are really nice. It’s nothing like where I live from in Miami, Fl., but Miami is also a beautiful city. I saw carriages with horses transporting people to sightsee or go to a location they want to go to. The sea is much different and different from any other places. In front of the bridge there are two lion statues one on the left and one on the right. You can walk straight to one of the side of the bridge if you want. near in front of the right and left outside of it is a park where you can walk to see stores, homes, and restaurants. You can also see people ride bicycles. Most people ride bicycles more here then any other place. The most gorgeous town is the calmest you receive then any other noisy city.

A Ghost Of A Convict

Old Tampa Bay Hotel, a National Historic Landm...

Old Tampa Bay Hotel, a National Historic Landmark, now part of the University of Tampa, in Tampa, Florida (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Nathan Williamson is walking as a ghost of a convict in the streets of Tampa, Florida. Everyone that don’t see him pass right through him. He was in death row by the murders of two teenage Hispanic girls 15 years ago. It is now August 19th of 2012. It’s the way he did it. These girls didn’t deserve it. He raped them and shot them with a Kimber Stainless TLE 1911 .45 ACP. Someone later on found the bodies, then called 911 on the cell by calling it a murder crime. It took six months for the police to capture Nathan Williamson, and was tried by trial at a court. The jurors decided from the evidence the death penalty, and it was one of the first degree sentence in Florida. He remembers the execution very well, and it is always on his memory of his was once last days in jail. Soon the flashback was gone, and tried to become human again, but couldn’t. He didn’t have that power to do so. He is thinking that thank God he isn’t going to hell, and the demons saw him. They grabbed him pulling him down to Hell. He was crying and screaming very loud, but no living persons could hear him. The dogs were screaming loud by sensing a ghost, but the owners shut them up. The people enjoyed their walks, and hanging out in the malls. But, Nathan had no alternatives, but to be sent down to Hell to suffer. He was slid down by the demons, and was no longer in the real world.

The Sandy Beaches of Naples, Florida

English: Naples, Florida: the beach Nederlands...

English: Naples, Florida: the beach Nederlands: Naples, Florida: het strand Français : Naples, Floride: la plage (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I have went to the beaches of Naples in Florida plenty of times. It is relaxing with people laying on the sand talking to one another, and playing in the beach. I love the walks there to explore new things happening. I go with my parents walking near the shops, and restaurants. I have gone once to a hotel that has a beach behind it, and loved them both. The hotel was elegant, and the beach place was pure beauty. Walking by the shops is relaxing. I have stopped at a Starbucks sat down and read the newspaper, and then the next I go to a restaurant to eat fish or lobster. Just hanging out and having fun is great to get away from everyday life. I have gone with families, and friends. Most people go to catch the sun, and just amuse themselves to see people playing beach volleyball near the beach. Just by going visiting new places makes you feel that not only where you live is the only fun there. There are tons of places to go to have fun, and explore.