Inn Of Homestead

Address: 1020 Homestead Blvd., Homestead, Florida, 33030, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1020 Homestead Blvd., Homestead, is near Shark Valley, Coral Castle, R.F. Orchids, and Florida Keys Factory Shops.
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      Homestead, FL

      A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 20, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... around the park, and had lunch. About an hour before we were to leave, it started to rain. Lightly at first and then heavier as the time passed. They decided to cancel just as it was time to board. The next boat was not scheduled until mid afternoon, and they were iffy about that one going out. We had had enough, so we drove back to the campground and stopped at a winery/brewery on the way. We were glad we ...

      The West Coast and on to the Everglades

      A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Jul 16, 2014

      29 photos

      ... 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.


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      Gatorville

      A travel blog entry by m-m on Sep 26, 2013

      12 photos

      ... rolling over to have their bellies rubbed. By the time the tour was finished, we had swum with 10 different manatees in 4 different areas and were truly blown away by the experience. Neither of us had ever experienced something like this before, and it was very hard to wipe the grins from our faces over the next couple of days. The rain and lightning storms have continued as we head down the west coast towards the Everglades National Park. Instead of swimming ...

      Everglades National Park

      A travel blog entry by dsandow on Sep 02, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... humid, but we are in Florida so this seems to be the norm.

      We then went to Big Cypress National Preserve. This is a huge habitat preservation located just north of the national park. We took in a short movie at the visitor center just to emerge to the beginnings of a huge deluge.

      We then drove on to Everglades City, where we took an airboat tour through the mangrove swamps of the western Everglades. This was a great ...

      Day 3: Treasure Coast

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 30, 2012

      ... routes like the Turnpike. A1A is a scenic route along the barrier islamds with dunes on the east and endless variations of animal-themed whimsical mailboxes. The houses are mostly huge. The beach clubs are huge and extravagant. Vero Beach was particularly impressive in the real estate department. The beach itself, though, is completely public in Florida. Some counties are better than others at maintaining publuc access points. At the end of A1A near Stuart I ...