Ivey House

Address: 107 Camellia Street, Everglades City, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34139, United States | 2 star b&b
 
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This 2 star B&B, located on 107 Camellia Street, Everglades City, is near Everglades Area Tours, Captain Doug's, Everglades Island Airboat Tours, and Gulf Coast Visitor Center.
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      Gators Everywhere

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Mar 13, 2014

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      After a bit of quiet time in Dunedin, DH was eager to get adventurous and check out another of our bucket list destinations- the Forida Everglades.

      To talk about them as the Florida Everglades is somewhat redundant because they are the only Everglades in the world (UNESCO designated the Everglades as one of only three wetland areas of …

      Winter Home Base

      A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Nov 08, 2014

      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 ...

      See Ya Later Alligator!

      A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 11, 2014

      103 photos

      ... br> Harold explained that about 85-90 years ago the path we took to enter the glades was manually cut by railway laborers. They got quite a ways in when they realized it wasn't where they wanted to be and they stopped! The labour was hard and you really wanted to have work to be doing this job. After that long cruise through this opened channel, we came out into a pond area (this was what he termed each larger open space that would link channels) and waited. The captains, ...

      See you later Alligator

      A travel blog entry by phatchief666 on Sep 05, 2014

      ... that when picking which Everglades trail we would go on this one had said it "was suitable for children and disabled people", so we would get on fine with it. We learned that the Everglades had panthers, so we kept our wits about us to ensure we didn't get eaten. We saw some cool birds throughout the trail, including a giant black bird thing which had an awesome blue head. We also kept hearing something that sounded like a dentist's drill up in the trees. ...

      Florida Everglades

      A travel blog entry by amandaton on Apr 19, 2014

      7 photos

      "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 ...