Creekside Inn Islamorada
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... and plantlife, and we each saw a few fishies to make it worthwhile. You could see much more if you dived down, which the boys liked doing. We had an hour at two different spots in the hot sun, so it was a full afternoon and Daniel and Reuben lay on the mesh canopies on the way back and had a little snooze. For tea we had a barbecue on the beach. It's weird not having to worry about things blowing away, or getting too cold when the sun goes ...
... the US. I had no idea that the Civil War had such advanced artillery as submarines. There were lots of Civil War facts dotted around the place, such as how evaporated milk was invented during the war to allow soldiers to carry milk on their wagon trails. It was a very similar set up to somewhere like Newhaven fort and it was active until just after WW2 had ended.
We started our drive back up to the motel to have a rest before dinner. Tonight was a choice between Mrs Macs ...
... 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 ...
... the water, beach, boat docks, brand new buildings, showers, etc. There is no grass, all gravel, sites are pretty close together and WI-FI is pretty iffy. Can't beat the view though. Sat on the pier for the sunset. Oh, and we brought along a little visitor from Peace River. A tiny frog rode along on the inside of the window screen. JD was able to scoop him up and put him in the bush outside. Bet he's wondering how the heck he got to Key Largo! Cute little ...
Today we did a tour of an Alligator Farm, which consisted of seeing alligators up close, snakes and an airboat ride through the glades. We saw the alligators being feed (dead rats) yuck!!! But interesting to see the gators climbing over the top each other to get closer to the were the food was being distributed, so many of ...