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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... do some sunset shots at the Eco Pond, but the rangers advised against that because of the bugs/mosquitos. So we started back after the Eco Pond before 4pm. It was a hot day and everyone was tired. We got back to the hotel before 5. I took a shower and did a load of laundry - this Marriott has a self-service laundry which was really great! I downloaded all the photos we took today - very glad that the owl shots came out well!
We went to the nearby ...
... walk, looking for manatees but found none. It was suggested to go down the road approximately a mile and walk along the river where manatees are known to swim in the warmer waters. We drove to the location and walked the gravely road but no sightings. From there we drove 1 1/2 hours to Key Largo; stopped at a Sandal and tee shirt outlet and arrived at Kings Kamp RV and Boat Resort around 4:15. We had a beautiful red sunset, watched a movie on Amazon Prime and called it a ...
We got a taxi to the seaport with a very funny Haitan cab driver. On the 15 minute drive he talked non-stop, telling us practically the entire history of Haiti and their settlement in Miami.
We boarded the ship quickly and smoothly, then spent a few hours exploring, laying by the pool, and making the most of ...
... of Florida iconic beaches, the last few days have been confined to the cozy comforts of a damp and very humid Lola. Our first stop in the Everglades was on a 1-hour airboat ride. This was a lot of fun and really got the adrenaline pumping. The captain of the small 6-seater boat whisked us through the everglades, dodging and drifting through mangroves at quite a speed. We were even fortunate enough to come across a 5m alligator as well as some cheeky dwarf raccoons. ...
... This park is 95% under water, and the only way you can see it is by glass-bottom boat or to snorkel/dive. Alas, the boats were out of order, so we walked along some trails on shore, hoping to see manatees, but no luck. (At the time of writing this, we just now saw some manatees, so you'll hear about it later).
Florida has held us captive with its uniqueness, adventure, and warmth. Stay tuned for part two, where you'll hear about Kennedy Space Center, Universal Studios, and more!