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- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
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... else is getting some cranberry juice and don't get a drink till the meal is served. We've decided there's probably a bit of a code between the flight attendants as whenever we'd finished our drink any one of the passing attendants would grab us another drink. So we had a really nice airline meal and then aided and abetted by the wines had a pretty good sleep.
We arrived in Dallas about fifteen and a half hours later, had to clear immigration ...
... Anhinga Trail included alligators and birds up close. The Gumbo Limbo loop winds through a jungle-like tropical hardwood hammock. From Royal Palm we drove 38 miles southwest to Flamingo Visitor Center. This area of the Everglades NP was destroyed in 2005 due to Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma. Most of the residential housing, the hotel, restaurant and marina were wiped out and slowly, are being rebuilt. Eighteen miles northeast we ...
... budget cutbacks, the gate may be locked and the park un-manned. We are told to simply park on the side of the road and walk in. The Cutler Hammock Nature Trail takes us into Florida’s own jungle habitats and filled us with a sense of wonder. Hammocks grow on elevated areas, often just a few inches high, surrounded by wetlands that are too wet to support them. This is where the mammals hang out. The wetlands surrounding them are where ...
... on Highway 41, also called the Tamiami Trail, short for Tampa & Miami because it links the 2 cities. They started building the trail in 1915 but put it on hold because of WW1, the trail was complete in 1928. This road is very different from what I expected. The canal in the photo was created when they dug out the old sea bed of limestone below the Everglades for the road.
... here so we continued north onto Fort Myres beach. The south of the beach (the beach being a long thin island off the coast) was a large marina surrounded by country and golf clubs but as we'd moved north the neighbourhood make up changed to bars and burger joints. We made camp for the night in the Lighthouse Inn and joined the rednecks for a hoe down with another spectacular light show courtesy of the hurricane in the Gulf of ...