Inn Of Homestead
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... folks looking at?" The lookout point did not offer anything too special.
After that, we made a few random stops along the road when we saw birds. We stopped at the Mrazek pond which was supposed to have lots of birds but turned out to have only one. We stopped at the Flamingo Visitor Center where Ira asked about where would be a good place to see birds. We were told Eco Pond and went there. We did see a few spoonbills, and some stilts. Originally we ...
On Thursday we traveled the less than half hour drive to Biscayne National Park. Biscayne was hit by the eye wall of Hurricane Andrew in 1992, resulting in much devastation and loss to the park. The 173,000 acre park is recovering but many of the buildings have not been rebuilt. Also, there is no concessionaire for services such as boats which is a shame as the park is 94% water. Evidently, the government and the concessionaires cannot come to an agreement. We did take a ...
Finally our adventure begins! Packing was the first adventure-how to pack one bag and carryon for 22 days, temps between 30 and 90 degrees, altitudes between 0 and 11000 feet, scaling mountains, deserts and fjords, plus formal nights. Thank God for Chico's! all the batteries are charged,and all the guidebooks read.
We book through onlinevacationcenter.com and have been really satisfied with their service on previous trips. This is our first trip with their branch ...
... around for the next boat, as the weather reports on the TV showed that rain blanketed the whole area.
The Schnebly Redlands Winery and Brewery calls themselves the most southern winery in the US. While it may be, I do not consider it a true winery in that they do not use grapes as the base for their wines, but instead they use local avocadoes as their base for their wines, and blend in local fruit such as ...
... got drenched by rain on the return trip. The most exciting animals we saw were saltwater crocodiles including newly hatched babies. The hotel and restaurant in Flamingo have yet to be rebuilt from the damage inflicted by hurricane Katrina back in 2005.
After two more swims in our magnificent pool we reluctantly left the resort and are now on our way to Key West, the southernmost point of continental U.S.