BEST WESTERN Gateway to the Keys
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Vanmorgen zijn we redelijk bijtijds opgestaan en na weer een stevig ontbijt bij Denny's, op pad gegaan naar het 'Most Southern Point' van de Verenigde Staten.
Daar in de buurt was elke gelegenheid, winkel, restaurant en hotel natuurlijk het 'Most Southern' in zijn soort. Wel leuk. 90 Mijl van Cuba. Verder nog wat door het centrum van Key …
So we hung out at the beach in winter! Had a picnic and headed to the Everglades National Park. The info office pointed us to the right spot to see all the wildlife in both water and trees safely on a easy hour walk. Naturally it takes longer with stops and photos & Gator teeth to count. This was a really easy visit and good bang for $ Unlike …
... to the right thing) we then we passed through Tavernier and on to Islamorada. We stopped in at the marina which had a fabulous old building which actually held a huge Bass Pro Shop(Wade was in heaven it was a fishing shop) This shop also houses a beautiful wooden boat that Hemmingway sailed on and then ordered the same boat (with a few minor changes) It was also used in the war. This boat has also been used in a number of movies and has now been restored ...
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... the eclogue and particular the different species of mangrove. Along the way we saw another crocodile. Rare? Theres two in a couple of hundred metres. The channel opened up into a bay and after crossing that and through a river, we were in the massive inland expanse of whitewater bay, where the murky fresh water from up north mixes with the salt of the gulf. This was where out tour ended and we 180'd and headed back. It was an hour plus tour. ...