My work will be closed from approximately ten days at the end of December, reopening on the first Monday of the new year. I am thinking of taking a solo trip to Florida. I am a man-solo traveler. My main interests are art museums and if time other museums if they seem appealing enough, some scenery and monuments. I have no interest in going in bodies of water or hanging out on beaches or at swimming pools; of course I will have to sit every so often to avoid walking excessively, and if I just happen to be near a beach, I might see it just to see it, but not to hang out there for huge gobs of time like some people would do. When possible I prefer buying my own food from whatever good grocery stores I can find.
I probably would at least see the Salvador Dali museum in Saint Petersburg, Florida, some part of Everglades national park, Key West for scenery and small museums even though I don't drink alcohol and wouldn't go to a place just for a wild party-like situation; possibly Miami if there is at least one or more art museums and/or specific sites to justify it; and other towns and/or art museums and/or historic sites if time allows.
I haven't fully planed this yet but I want to see what your opinion is about whether this might makes sense rationally and/or logistically. I am thinking that I would fly to Florida and then rent a car at the airport. I own a car and I drive in Metro Detroit but I have never rented a car as part of a trip but doing so would probably be my best option. I would want to logistically plan this well to avoid too much total time doing long-distance driving between towns and sites versus time walking and sight-seeing.
Edit: I have taken 4 solo trips to Europe but I never took a major overnight solo trip in the USA.