Days Inn Homestead
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... and a lot of time at the pool just relaxing. We did go for a ride through the communities along the coast. Also, we spent some time on the beach enjoying a cold drink and watching others play in the sand and surf. Across from the beach we found a restaurant with a rooftop deck, where we could watch the sunset and enjoy a meal of fresh seafood.
The next day, Saturday the 12th, found us on the road to our ...
... many, for he worked without assistance or the use of modern machinery.
Our next two tours were at R.F. Orchids and The Miami Tropical Bonsai Garden. R.F. Orchids is home to some of the world's finest orchids and one of south Florida's most beautiful tropical gardens. At the Bonsai Garden we learned you can bonsai almost any kind of tree or bushes. The bonsai come in all sizes and shapes.
Tomorrow we will head south to Key West.
We got up early to beat the weather forecast for later in the day over the Everglades. Fortunately we arrived at the park by 10:30am. It was very humid in the park with a couple of brief passing periods of mist/drizzle. At the parking lot we were a bit concerned to see the sign above some tarps saying that they could be used to cover our cars to protect against vulture damage! We walked along the boardwalk and it was quite beautiful. It was ...
... was up, I fixed the electrical box's fuse and blew up my air mattress which leaked air. This was, in fact, the first if two times I was blowing up the mattress to jeep my body off the cold ground. This happens all the time, but this was not a good night for it at all. All in all, I barely slept, but Ana slept right through her first night if camping except for her usual middle of the night concerns. Andrew also slept like a rock sinks. The tent stayed warm ...
... use as a home base to see everything in the area. The only real downside was that it was noisy! It seemed like car alarms and sirens were a constant companion here.
Our first full day of sightseeing took us right to Everglades National Park. We were expecting swampland and gators, but mostly what we saw was flooded grassland, a few gators, and all kinds of birds, including egrets, herons, and brown pelicans. We never saw any flamingos, and it wasn't until weeks later ...