Creekside Inn Islamorada
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... wandering up and down the old streets and alleys..it is a tourist destination and they have done a good job capitalizing on it. It is also the home to Flagler College which is just jaw dropping gorgeous. The architecture and the grounds were very impressive. In the evening we were in for a nice surprise..it was the Light the town Holiday event and It was a very big deal!! They had entertainment all day and when it ...
... under warranty, thankfully) and we're back in business. After dinner had a refreshing swim in the pool as we watched the sunset. Suddenly the day wasn't so bad! What a beautiful place. So now we'll adjust our itinerary and try again ...
... is the price. I have never seen the quantity dial move faster than the cost dial for years! The fuel cut off at just over 14 gallons. I had to look twice thinking the decimal point was in the wrong place. $42 dollars for a full tank. After converting to sterling and changing from gallons to litres (adjusting for US gallon as opposed to the imperial gallon) this equates to 55p per litre!! I’ve been driving since 1987 and I don’t ever recall fuel costing as little ...
... that because it's around 40 miles from any other hospital, it is to be used for short stay urgent care. They receive more funding from the government to enable them to provide this care, but they can't have an inpatient stay of more than 3 days. It was so interesting to see how this hospital really was the centre if the community. Many of the local residents used the gym on a regular basis and the clinical educator ...
... a new tradition has been started), and had a nice time; but unfortunately half way through our first dive Russ got sick so we spent the remaining time on the boat. The man who has an iron stomach can be laid low every now and then! The pictures are not all that great in that this was my first time with the camera underwater. It takes a lot of skill to maintain your bouyancy in a current while the fish are running all ...