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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We got to Naples about 3pm. We both took a nap. Afterward jp headed out at about 5pm to clean the trailer. It was really hot and humid out there so I felt really guilty hanging out in the air conditioned tractor. I did clean up the cab, washed my hair, ...
"Spontaneous trip to Florida!", my mom announced. Excited and skeptical I asked for more information to ensure that we were going for sure. The second I found out the trip was confirmed I headed straight for my laptop, and my fingers began dancing across the keyboard in search for what to do while there, where to go, etc. One of the attractions that I wanted to take part in was the Air Boat Tours, it took some time but ...
... American crocodile was hunted to near extinction and even today remains on the 'threatened' list which means the reptile is protected from illegal harassing, poaching or killing. Since a lot of Billy Bobs with more guns than teeth can't tell one dinosaur-like reptile from another, the protection of the crocodile has resulted in a population boom for the star attraction of the Glades- the American Alligator. On the endangered species list in 1972,there ...
... Isles RV Retreat. It is a beautiful luxury RV resort built on the waterfront in Everglades City. Many of the RV sites front out to the waterfront where the resort has constructed boat docks all along its perimeter. It has a clubhouse that would rival any exclusive country club that includes a media room, spa, exercise room and swimming pool. Built by a couple ...
... to get some supplies and found the roads so busy, it seemed busier than in ft.myers, which was very busy. But on the way back we stopped at Goodland which is a funky fishing village that we both loved! Moving down the road to midway, we saw lots of birds just on the side of the road (highway 41). And down the road from the campground is the oasis visitors center. There is a canal in front of the the building and it is filled with gators, birds, and fish. One could ...