America's Best Inn

26476 South Dixie Highway, Homestead, Florida, 33032, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26476 South Dixie Highway, Homestead, is near Shark Valley, Coral Castle, Royal Palm Visitor Center, and Florida Keys Factory Shops.
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    Travel Blogs from Homestead

    The West Coast and on to the Everglades

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Jul 16, 2014

    29 photos

    ... grow quickly in the US and contained enough latex which is needed to make rubber. We found a tour of the grounds, his laboratory and the museum intriguing. All three paved the way for the American technological revolution. It's hard to imagine contemporary society without their contributions.
    That evening took us on a drive to Sanibel and Captiva Islands. We stopped at the Blue Giraffe for refreshments, or ...


    A travel blog entry by m-m on Sep 26, 2013

    12 photos

    Florida – the sunshine state – has been anything but for the last 5 days with our journey down the west coast primarily through torrential rain, thunder & lightning, and humidity (which especially makes sleeping in Lola a real nightmare i.e with no air circulation this van is a sauna). In a rare moment of dryness, our second morning in Florida was spent swimming in two crystal clear natural water springs at Ichetucknee Springs State Park. After ...

    Everglades National Park

    A travel blog entry by dsandow on Sep 02, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... business in finding alligators. And we really found them.

    We started with a small fellow just sitting on a log. From there, we found several more at a pond. In fact, it seemed that every one we saw was bigger than the fellow before him.

    It was odd to see the gators just swimming in the water next to the pedestrian path. We even came upon one just sitting under the trees next to the path. We left them all alone and ...

    Day 3: Treasure Coast

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 30, 2012

    ... s cleaner water. I saw the pelicans floating in the Inlet. This just didn't make sense. Anyway, I opted not to dive and get even sicker than the sinuses behind my nose and eyes say I am. So off we went, southward, away from winter. We stopped at the open ocean at a familiar old spot we visited on our honeymoon long ago. We also came here on one of Andrews first trips. Anastasia needs to visit. From here, on a whim, we visited the state park's McLarty's ...

    The Sunshine State, Part 1: Everglades and Beaches

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Nov 05, 2012

    91 photos

    ... Safari Park, took a half-hour boat tour, saw some gators, and literally flew through and over the flooded grasslands at high velocity. It was amazing. You keep feeling like you are going to run aground, because at times, you can only see grass as you float over it. After the ride, we stopped in the cafe and ate some gator bites, frog legs, and catfish (I can now cross 'eating gator' off my bucket list!). We also got to see a little gator show, where some trained gators did ...