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Renovated Florida Keys resort and a Shula Burger on the side

Posted by Paul Kandarian  December 5, 2011 07:56 AM

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Want a burger with your new year’s eve celebration? Check out Postcard Inn Beach Resort and Marina at Holiday Isle, on Islamorada in the Florida Keys, where major renovations were scheduled to be done by the first week of December and the world’s first Shula Burger, founded by famed football coach Don Shula, is located and scheduled to be open by Dec. 8. The resort is running a New Year’s Eve special, with rates starting at $439 per couple, plus taxes and resort fees. The rate includes the room, dinner for two in the Horizon Room, open bar from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., DJ music, dancing and fireworks from the ocean. If you get too crazy, they’re offering late checkout Jan. 1, until 2 p.m. For another $20 per person, you can join the party at the resort’s tiki bar from 8 pm.. to 2 a.m., which includes midnight champagne toast, noisemakers and hats, midnight appetizer buffet, dancing and fireworks on the beach. For information, and to book, visit http://holidayisle.com/ or call 800-327-7070.

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