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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Great stay with relaxed friendly people.
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Na het ontbijt naar Shark Valley in de Everglades gereden. Fietsen gehuurd voor een tocht van 25 km. Langs beide kanten van de weg, was het uitkijken naar alligators en andere wildlife. We hoorden wel regelmatig plonsen in het water en het geluid van de alligators, maar ze waren te goed verstopt. Voor 1/4de van de tocht was het rondkijken en af en …
We loaded the car and ready to go before 10am, about an hour later than we expected. Partially because I did another load of laundry. Then Bob and I went to Avis to return our rental car. Ira drove the loaded mini-van and picked us up at Avis. Off we went! Ira drove on the Tamiami Trail. Our first stop was the Manatee Park. I think I've seen …
An early start as we headed to the Turner River to Kayak through the Everglades, a picture postcard paddle though the mangroves past small alligators, egret birds, ospreys and vultures (plus quite a few mosquitos). Easy paddling with young Scout Russell displaying the fine technique that gained him his canoeing badge a few years ago. Fortunately, …
... River Road canal.
Sawgrass prairie borders the north side of the canal and the south side of the road. The prairie stretches for miles and offers habitat for a diversity of wildlife and also hosts a Pine Forest habitat. Along this route, we spot a Purple Gallinule and his close cousin called the Common Moorhen or Gallinule. Kingfishers are amazing flyers and dart back and forth. With luck on my side, I snag amazing pictures of one. This is our Sunday drive ...
... is like an unstructured polka dot fabric with little islands everywhere you look. Fish and birdlife abound in the area. We went out for a couple of hours with some fellow RVers and saw dolphins, an island full of white pelicans and an osprey among many other bird species. Well worth the trip.
We had reserved for 4 nights at Everglades Isle. Three days ...