Barnacle Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Jan here - we woke up this morning to hear rain. I looked out the window over the bed and saw a beautiful rainbow. I would have taken a picture, but the phone/ camera wasn't handy and the bed was really comfy. I made breakfast then we cleaned up, unhooked and hit the road again. We check in at Bluewater Key RV Resort today. Along the way we are stopping at Bahia Honda State Park. I will do a separate entry for ...
... many channels and little islands and the amazing 7-mile bridge south of Marathon. The ocean around us was very choppy but a gorgeous blue colour, the islands were full of lush greenery and expensive houses lined the waterfront with private yachts. Very nice!
When we reached the Big Pine Key we located our lovely little unit in the middle of a Deer Refuge. We had a two-bedroom apartment with a full kitchen and it was peaceful and ...
... All up the drive was 16 and a half hours & covered 1700 kms (was longer because of numerous wrong turns). Met a man from Escape Camper-vans at the Miami International Airport which looked like a run down **** hole from the outside. Collected our wicked camper-van & at his advice headed to Florida Keys which was another 3 hours and 40 minutes & 260 kms. Googled camping sites & went with Boyds camping ground which is in Key West ...
After the conference, I was exhausted and couldn't decide whether to have the weekend relaxing in Orlando or drive 7 hours south to the Florida Keys. After much deliberating, it was decided to go for it! After all, when else was I going to be able to have this choice?! So after picking up the car rental on Thursday morning, the journey began! It was a long drive but as soon as I got near the keys, I could see it was worth ...
... water. There is a little observation deck and we saw osprey, turtles, some kind of big blue fish and the anhinga bird. We chatted with some other tourists then headed back to the main road. Along the way low and behold we caught sight of a key deer crossing the street. We pulled over and he watched us and moved very slowly across the street. They are quite graceful and seem to be used to tourists. Our lucky day!