Ramada Florida City
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Florida City
... for both, along with the opening ceremony. We said that if our experience with getting tickets to London 2012 was anything to go by she would be very fortunate to get the tickets she was after, but we wished her luck anyway. The flight was relatively short, only about two and a half hours. We actually arrived fifteen minutes early, not that it mattered. The pilot announced that another plane was in our spot so we would have to wait for it to leave ...
... was on his 3 month paternity leave! Pretty darn good! There was also a Chinese dude who had just finished studying in NYC and was doing some travelling before heading home for the New Year. I guess we couldn’t avoid socializing that day after all but we had good conversation about our travels and it was a great evening. Afterwards we got in some showers and headed back to our van. We insta-slept after another busy ...
... huge fish and I could see Wade would have loved to be able to have caught one.
Pressed for time we headed on a little bit further towards Marathon where we decided to turn around after crossing one of the larger bridges to check out the view and to get a few photos of course. It was also interesting to see here how the electricity lines are in the water. With the daylight fading we headed back to Florida City we stayed for the night in the ...
... followed the water. Really, it was just Moreton bay, so I wasn't fussed. I headed back to the marina and waited for my tour. The boat arrived from another tour, and, after some time, loaded up my tour. There wasn't a lot of people on this tour, so I sat right at the bow. The boat pulled out of the marina and headed towards the adjacent man made channel. The guide explained that this channel was cut so the park rangers could patrol the sheltered waters ...
... to go to and from the beach. I hit the interstate. The drive is not exciting except for passing a Google street view car. I took a mental note to look that up in a few months. See if the blue Prius made the cut. I hit another toll on the drive south. I'd done over 10,000 km by this point, and I only have hit a toll in Florida. As the interstate hit it's further most southern track and turned east I took an exit to the south and headed towards the Everglades. I wanted ...