Holiday Edition: Talking Tarpon Springs, Greek Village in Florida with Largest Epiphany Celebration in Northern Hemisphere, with Dr. Vincent Huth

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Dec 24 2020 24 mins  

Ready for a road trip to better weather? How about an escape to Europe without leaving the US? Looking for an affordable place to retire on a beach? My friend Dr. Vincent Huth, former university professor, Director of Counseling, columnist, coach, and traveler to all 7 continents, planned to retire on either the coast of Spain or Ireland. Then he discovered Tarpon Springs, Florida,  a Greek village on the Gulf Mexico. Tarpon Springs, sponge capital of the world, has the highest percentage of Greek Americans of any US city and the largest Epiphany  (Three Kings Day) celebration)  in the northern hemisphere. Join Vince as he walks us through this event, his town, and how to find your dream home. You may want to add Tarpon Springs to your Post-Pandemic Bucket List to celebrate the 12 days of Christmas (December 25-January 5) and Epiphany January 6 in 2021, stop off on your way to other parts of the Sunshine State, or take a road trip there now . See photos and videos in this blogpost  and please forgive sound quality/technical difficulties.

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