Ramada Florida City

Address: 124 E Palm Drive, Florida City, Florida, 33034, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 124 E Palm Drive, Florida City, is near Shark Valley, Anhinga Trail, Royal Palm Visitor Center, and Gumbo Limbo Trail.
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      Keys to Everglades

      A travel blog entry by tan14 on Nov 27, 2014

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      ... which we got a good price for with our coupon book we picked up.

      The next morning after breakfast, where Wade attempted to make his first Waffle in the waffle machine we headed off in search of Alligators in the Everglades.

      Shark Valley was our destination which is a National park where you can walk, bike or take a tram around a 15mile loop. We opted to walk which was good choice as we saw plenty of wildlife which many people on ...

      Everglade National Park

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on May 08, 2014

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      ... bay. Before the channel, it was a 40 mile ride out into the Mexican gulf and then into mouth of the bay. The channel was only a few miles long and to the same point. There channel was cut through a twisting mess of waterlogged mangrove forest.
      As soon as the boat backed out of the marina and onto the channel, the assistant on the boat spotted a crocodile. I had heard there were crocodiles in the southern waters by my host in New Orleans, I ...

      Tampa to Florida City

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on May 07, 2014

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      ... see. Then there was the smell of home. Malaluka Trees. Our national swampy paperbark tree was a pest here in Florida, and there was whole forests full of them. Obvious signs of irradication were in effect from what I could see, but I'd heard about this problem years ago and there was no real way to get rid of them. I found my hotel and I checked in. It was a nice room. There was even a couch which I exploited. I hadn't couched in a while. Simple things. I went hunting ...

      Welcome to Miami. Bienvenido a Miami!

      A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Mar 17, 2014

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      ... largest 19th century American masonry coastal forts. During the Civil War it was used as a military prison and you can walk around the fort at your leisure (which we did) or take a guided tour. The Fort is surrounded by crystal clear water that is perfect for snorkelling in. The best thing we saw was some large barracuda. Someone saw a small shark on our trip and apparently it is possible to spot Nurse Sharks and ...


      A travel blog entry by m-m on Sep 26, 2013

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      ... 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. ...