Everglades Historical Bed & Breakfast with Spa

201 West Broadway, Everglades City, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34139, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 201 West Broadway, Everglades City, is near Everglades Area Tours, Captain Doug's, Everglades Island Airboat Tours, and Gulf Coast Visitor Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Everglades City

    We're packed and ready to go

    A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Sep 05, 2014


    ... Hopefully use up enough mouthwash and peanut butter before we get on a plane to Malta. I can't live up to Lynn's blog standard. I don't promise pix of every meal we consume. However, I will do my best to showcase the wine!!! And David, of course. No not my husband, the marble statue in Florence!!!
    Buona notte. Vicki and Dave

    See you later Alligator

    A travel blog entry by phatchief666 on Sep 05, 2014

    ... place called Reese's Restaurant. However when we arrived the place was closed as Reese must have on vacation. How dare they, didn't they know we were on holiday too ? We trekked on a bit further to another place called Heavenly Biscuit which was closed as well. It turns out that Fort Myers was essentially closed up entirely. The place looked like a proper beach hippy enclave so we'd come to the conclusion that all the owners were too baked to open up at ...


    A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Jul 28, 2014

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    Driving from key west we headed for Everglades City as a good midway point between Tampa. On the scenic drive there we stopped at various nature trails where we saw turtles and our first alligators. Gazing at these huge, wild, prehistoric reptiles we couldn't help but marvel at them and how menacing they looked. Nonetheless when ...

    Gators Everywhere

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Mar 13, 2014

    67 photos

    ... to stop the declining environmental quality. As far back as the 1850's, the tall foreheads running the state of Florida were coming up with schemes to drain the wetlands in favour of agriculture. None worked particularly well but the damage was permanent. Even today, devastating pollution from the fertilizers used on vegetables, the byproducts of the decaying soil needed for sugarcane, and the mercury from nearby power plants and incinerators have ...

    A Diamond in the Glades

    A travel blog entry by ukcat on Jan 13, 2014

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    ... National Park is located in the city and tourists from Naples, Marco Island Fort Meyers etc come to the area to take airboat rides into the glades. The area is the largest harvester of Stone Crabs and the famous Joe's Stone Crab restaurants has a large operation to supply their restaurants. Not unlike Key West, the residents discovered during the ...