Everglades Historical Bed & Breakfast with Spa
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Travel Blogs from Everglades City
... in my life as a lesson my Spirit will have me learn. Skin cancer is a reflection of the harsh judgments I held against myself, my skin color and my race/incarnation. I also had judgments against the medical world thinking I was above that because I was spiritual and studied the mysteries, traveled to Egypt and sacred sites. After diagnosed I ran to the medical world only to be embraced even though I didn't have insurance ...
... tourists around a short piece of the glades scaring away just about everything within a 5 mile radius. When you have to put on earmuffs to protect your hearing, you know you're not going for a quiet paddle through a mystic environment.
Useless facts- the first airboat, called the Ugly Duckling, was actually built in 1905 in Nova Scotia, Canada by Alexander Graham Bell- the guy who invented the telephone
... Cuban food. There is no shortage of good food.
Everglades City and the location of the Gulf Visitors Center for Everglades National Park is a magnet for adventurers who want to take a kayak or canoe into the Everglades and Ten Thousand Island area. Camping permits are granted and guided tours can be arranged. Sounds like fun but ...
... to see some gators but we didn't so what we did see was some incredible fish jumping out of the water about a metre high and we saw crabs climbing up mangroves.
Then at dinner time we went out to a restaurant.We had gator and salad for entrée and what I had for main was steak with baked potato. It was delicious. Then we had m&m's for dessert.
our waiter told us heaps of good tips about the Everglades city. That night was a great experience for me.
... to our boat to then come on board the boat while Oz feeds them something that looks like Twistees chips (for the kiwis reading this blog) or cheese sticks (for the Aussies reading this blog)! The birds look a bit like small Pukeko's (kiwis know what these look like!) See attached pics. From there we do some more zooming along and get to a shallow river and this is where the alligators are! Wow! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed