This very attractive city alongside the ocean has a fairly flat terrain, with only a few hills above sea level. The highest point is the guard shack at Camino Gardens, and the appropriately named High Street, or 4th Avenue, is another higher part. The city is lovely for tourists, and it offers safe neighborhoods for its residents. Some people feel only the rich can afford it, but there is plenty to do on a budget as well. The climate is warm, and the beaches are inviting.
A number of waterfront restaurants offer beautiful views of the Atlantic ocean. The restaurants also have different styles. You can enjoy a casual meal of hamburgers or sandwiches, or a variety of seafood, pastas or steaks. If you want to eat for less, you can try the Cannoli Kitchen, Too Jay's or Sal's New York Grill. The choice of mid-range restaurants are also endless.
For those with more to spend on meals there are upper-class restaurants with the best meats, seafood and wine. They include the Italian Ristorant Bova and New York Prime. You can go out at night to any of the numerous bars, and even to a few clubs to dance. The New York Comedy Club is found in the city as well, often featuring performances by top comedians like Chelsea Lately.
Quality retail therapy is available at the Town Center Mall, on Glades Road. Some expensive shops are found here, such as Burberry and Tiffany. Other popular shopping centers include Royal Palm Place and Mizner Park. For those who live in the city, there are schools and colleges available. Public or private schools can be chosen. Two of the tertiary education facilities are Palm Beach State College and Lynn University.
A important part of the city is the Caldwell Theater Company, one of the oldest theaters in the surrounding area. Many fabulous performances are held here. Approximately four cinemas are available, but only one is considered as upper class, with luxurious chairs, pillows and a food order service. This is the iPic Theater.
Kids will also have a great time here, as there are parks galore for their entertainment. The Sugar Sands Park is great fun and the Coconut Cove Waterpark is very popular as wellt. Furthermore, the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is free to enjoy, with several types of native wildlife. Art lovers may enjoy the city's Museum of Art.
Boca Raton lifestyle has much more to offer, both outdoors and indoors. Sports facilities are found at the parks, and mini golf, go karts and arcades are good fun too. Buses by Palm Tran offer transport in the city, but most people have their own vehicles.
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