Ramada Florida City
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This night I slept well. I guess I'd made up for my late nights the previous nights and didn't get moving until after midday. Well, that's not exactly true. I had been awoken by some early morning messaging. Early morning here was late night back at home, so I took the disturbance as a chance to get up and eat some free breakfast. I was pretty sure I dragged my eyelids all the way to the breakfast place next to the reception area. So I was adamant I was ...
The day started slow. I didn't get moving until around checkout. My first point of call was to go to a grocery store and get my regular list of groceries for my day on the road. I put groceries in my GPS but it kept taking me to convenience stores in the area. Small shops, some in dodgy areas. I had tried 3, one even called a supermarket, still, it was a small shop. I was quite annoyed by this time, as I'd wasted so much time driving around in circles and I still had no ...
... Pete & Lesley for a day on the north end of Lake
Okeechobee and camped out in a tent with Moyra by the Lucy canal. On
Cindy's weekends (Monday & Tuesday), we always hike the
fire-trails near the Glade Hut then visit places like the Ingram
Highway (the original road to Flamingo), the Keys to buy Hog fish and
shrimp (yummy) plus Anne's Beach to ...
... drive did not disappoint. The US 1 which goes the whole way down the Keys and is also known as the Overseas Highway was very impressive. The road stretches across huge expanses of water (the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other) and some of the bridges are 7 miles long! The views were spectacular with scores of deserted islands in the greenest sea on either side of us. The drive was quite slow with ...
... funny. They were sunning themselves along the roadway and their tails were lying across the path. The tour guide called the alligator tails "Everglades Speed Bumps." We had to stop and wait for every gator to decide to move out of the way.
Mid-way through the tour there's a 20 minute stop at a viewing tower. You can climb the tower and get a 360 degree view of the surroundings. The park is over a million acres and isn't at all what you ...