Everglades Historical Bed & Breakfast with Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Midday on Sundays was typically reserved for engaging in a family-centered relaxing and enjoyable activity. It might be a drive in the country, a visit to the Museum of Natural History, a picnic at Rock Creek Park. If it was one of those occasions where my biological father retrieved my brother and I for a visitation, perhaps a special trip to the National ...
... at Gus, thinking he was big, and then consider one double his size. Quite something. He would be lunch for another gator. Apparently they feed twice a year. It is not uncommon for these smaller (LOL) gators to be greatly reduced in population. Once Harold saw a much larger one swimming away with a five foot gator in his jaws - picture a big guy swimming with one perpendicular in his mouth! Crazy.
Two more boats arrived and we watched as Gus went over to greet them. Then ...
... by his shell. I think we were all a bit uncomfortable with this, but he did get it to bite. I asked the guide about the dentist drill sound in the trees, but he didn't have a clue what I was talking about. Despite the turtle abuse the whole experience was amazing and I'd thoroughly recommend it to anyone. Back in the car we had a two hour return journey to get to our next hotel destination, The Coconut Palm Inn. We knew this was going to be the highlight of ...
... is drained to feed the water requirements of Miami and the hundreds of golf courses in South Florida, the salt water from the gulf moves further into the Everglades with Mangroves expanding, and grasslands shrinking accordingly. Florida does seem to be dedicated to trying to preserve and restore this magic area- this is one of those tests of resolve that people do not always perform well in- cost estimates range as high as $50 billion that may ...
... alligators just sunning themselves in the waterways by the roadside. They were everywhere. We stopped at a visitors centre and saw some up close as well. We then continued our drive past the outskirts of Miami then down south through the florida keys, over the 7 mile bridge and down to Key west.
We found a spot to park for the night after a nice meal at TGI Fridays. Got a picture at the southernmost point of the US – only 90 miles to ...