Days Inn Homestead
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... bird watchers' paradise to be sure! Our camera has a fairly decent tele-photo lens, but it pales in comparison with some of the camera lenses that we encountered! We had a wonderful time viewing the abundant wildlife. We even caught a glimpse of a Feral Hog, which is a wild pig.
Kennedy Space Center, Titusville, Florida. This is where all the action takes place in America's Space Program. One can spend a very full day touring most ...
Still failing to get the size of this state, we set a course from Tampa to Homestead on the far side of the Everglades National Park. The distances look shorter in miles! In fact we were in the car for seven hours and travelled almost Wellington to Hamilton, stopping once for a feeble Starbucks coffee. Even driving through the national park was flat, straight and boring - but stop and explore and it's pretty darn exciting. ...
... are laying right there.
We also saw three different types of snakes, great white herons, wood stork, Florida Gar, black vultures, zebra butterflies and the good old ibis. Further down the road we stopped at Joanie’s Blue Crab café where we enjoyed the quirky decoration and Wade as well as all the other men I am sure enjoyed the girly pictures in the bathrooms. The sever, who we think was Joanie, was as quirky as the café and we had a ...
... grow quickly in the US and contained enough latex which is needed to make rubber. We found a tour of the grounds, his laboratory and the museum intriguing. All three paved the way for the American technological revolution. It's hard to imagine contemporary society without their contributions.
That evening took us on a drive to Sanibel and Captiva Islands. We stopped at the Blue Giraffe for refreshments, or ...
... again. We wanted to check up if the alligators from yesterday were still there. Again, we saw more grasshoppers mating. This time we only saw three alligators. On the way back we saw a frog. We kept on walking and then I spotted a turtle eating. Then we spotted a Turkey Vulture on the top of a tree. Then we went to the visitor center so Adela and I ...