Days Inn Homestead
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... 21st, we had reservations on a glass bottom boat out of the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo. They asked that we arrive at least an hour prior to the departure time, and it was almost an hour's drive to get there, so we left the campground fairly early. We ended up having three hours to kill before the boat was to leave. When we checked in, they said that they were watching the radar ...
... National Park at Flamingo, FL, but because of the bug situation we decided to find another spot. Luckily we found what was probably the best campground for the entire trip, a place called Miami Everglades Resort. The grounds were well kept and lush with flora and fauna. The pool as you will see from the pictures was magnificent. We extended our stay to three nights to take full advantage of the beautiful ...
... in this little gem for a couple hours, we decided to return to Lola for lunch just before the heavy rain returned. As the weather set in, we decided to continue our journey down the coast to Crystal River – a renown destination for swimming with manatees and more natural water springs. The tour operator said they went rain or shine, so we booked ourselves on a 4-hour excursion to swim with the manatees the next morning. The rain stopped just as we donned ...
... out over the grasslands.
Everglades National Park is a place that sort of grows on you. Our first impressions were that it was a dry and desolate sort of place. But, once we looked closer, we saws that all of that grass was growing out of a river that was miles wide but only a couple inches deep. This is a great environment for wildlife, and we have enjoyed exploring, always on the lookout for alligators or any other animals ...
... loot gathered on this island. An old lady volunteer explained that booty sometimes still washed up on the beaches here. Rubies, emeralds, silver, and gold worth millions if dollars sits offshore somewhere. She showed how tarnished silver is often overlooked as if it is a dirty oddly shaped seashell fragment. She explained that coins are lodged into chunks of coquina rocks. She told the story of a diver who found a chalice, brought it home to clean, only to ...