Sands of Islamorada
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Heute haben wir einige Stunden im Auto verbracht, somit haben wir nicht allzuviel zu erzählen ... Sorry for that! Nach einem kleinen Frühstück im Cabana Inn begann unsere Reise nach Naples. Fahrzeit: 5 Stunden und 4 Minuten ... Na brack ... Nach knapp 2 Stunden kamen wir an einer überdimensional großen Languste vorbei, da …
... just like taking a warm shower. Each night several bars etc. had different events for different costumes such as "Pink Bras @ Claws" (fresh crab) with proceeds to go to the American Cancer Society, Wharfstock at the Schooner Wharf Bar, Sloppy Joe’s 31st Annual Toga Party, 3rd Annual Luv2Glow Party to name a few. Friday night was a street fair and a masquerade march where participants dressed up and paraded through Old Town. Saturday night was a promenade and ...
... it up many nights on Duval St, saw the beautiful sunsets from Mallory Square, so we decided to save ourselves an additional 3 hour drive and spend some time in Key Largo. I found this new RV park there that we just had to try after our less than pleasant Fort Lauderdale experience. It was Bay front, swaying palm trees, sand at your feet perfection. We did nothing but enjoyed that view, felt those breezes, watched ...
- When everything looks the same,
one should always use your GPS to mark key spots (or leave it turned
on so you have a complete path).
- Old-timers described this canoe
route as: “Hell to get into, Hell to get out of.”
- Hell's Bay Launch:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=25.23253,-80.8231 ...
... an hour and a half each way. One of the most beautiful spots we dove was off of Molasses Reef. Key Largo is known as the scuba diving capital of the U.S., and they have some beautiful reefs to dive around; but I think the most gorgeous and alive reef would be the Molasses, although it may not stay that way in that it is the most popular dive site. Luckily it is a large reef, several miles long with plenty of dive spots. The coral in ...