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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As the birds fly south for the winter so do Darcy and I. Just in time to avoid the "polar vortex" coming in from Canada later this week. We made our way to our winter home base in Naples, Florida. For some of this years stops the temperature will be dropping dramatically! Tuesday's Forecast: Sheridan, Wyoming- High 12°, Low -6° snow Helena, Montana- High 12°, Low 0° Glacier National Park, MT- High 7°, Low ...
What a totally fun day today! Heidi coached us on some options to choose a good air boat tour of the Everglades. So, armed with the details we drove west for just shy of two hours in to Everglade City and Everglades National Park. Nice friendly folks there - really friendly and helpful.
The company we wanted to go out with was fully booked... we were so busy we didn't think to phone ahead and book a couple of spots. They very kindly referred us to Speedy Air boats who said ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... 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 ...