Floridian Hotel

990 N. Homestead Boulevard, Homestead, Florida, 33032, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 990 N. Homestead Boulevard, Homestead, is near Shark Valley, Coral Castle, R.F. Orchids, and Florida Keys Factory Shops.
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    Travel Blogs from Homestead

    28 Koffer pro Person

    A travel blog entry by dreamcatching on Jun 01, 2014

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    Heute klingelten die Wecker ausnahmsweise mal schon etwas früher, denn wir wollten um 11 Uhr bereits am Flughafen sein und mussten vorher noch das Auto abgeben. Gegen 10 Uhr packten wir unsere Koffer und Taschen ins Auto und düsten los in Richtung Flughafen. Die Fahrt dorthin war erstaunlich kurz, die Taxis nahmen offensichtlich immer …

    The West Coast and on to the Everglades

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... between Brazil and the Netherlands.
    Our campground for the next two nights was on Pine Island, which is just west of Fort Myers. The highlight of our stay there was our visit to the Edison-Ford winter estates. Thomas Edison had his house built in 1886. It included a main house and a guest house. Edison became acquainted with the younger Henry Ford. Ford and his family were frequent guests, and in 1911 ...

    Day 11 on the Tamiami Trail

    A travel blog entry by sandyray on Mar 10, 2014

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    ... Miccosukee Indians were originally part of the Creek Nation and migrated to Florida before it was part of the US. During the Indian Wars of 1800s most of the Miccousukee were removed to the west, but about 100 never surrendered and hid out in the Everglades. Present Tribal members now are over 600 and are direct descendants of those who eluded capture. ...

    That is a big alligator!

    A travel blog entry by shaughnp on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... was dark, cool and full of mosquitos. It was a shorter trail and I was happy to see the sunbeam at the end. We met no other hikers during the entire length of the trail. We left the park just before the skies opened up and we hit a downpour. Perfect timing!
    I wanted to check out a Whole Foods in the area so we headed to Pinecrest which was a bit north of the Everglades Park. It was a bit treacherous driving for a bit, but these ...

    Miami, Florida!

    A travel blog entry by alexander2012 on Feb 20, 2012

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    ... but isn’t as sweet. Traffic in Miami is bad and it took an hour to get to the restaurant which was just down the road.

    A group of the 'young ones’ went on a party cruise after dinner which was all you can drink for two hours – a real recipe for disaster. After our New Orleans ordeal we gave it a miss. A young guy on the tour got so drunk he vomited in the bus on the way to a nightclub after ...