Value Place Homestead - Miami
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... look across Biscayne Bay and see the skyscrapers of downtown Miami, Florida. Also, the visitor center is located at the spot where the 1992 Hurricane Andrew made landfall, causing so much damage to southern Florida.
Everglades National Park, Homestead, Florida. What a fascinating and amazing place to visit and explore! The wetlands and sawgrass fields spread for miles in every direction, only broken by the occasional Bald Cypress ...
... heads but staying off so long as we kept strolling. It was such a cool walk we then decided to brave a short bush trail which was much spookier. Reuben and Dad heard some loud rustling in the bush and realised Dad had nearly stood on a snake but Reuben jumped and shouted and the snake slid away. Mum and Daniel saw lots of lightening bugs that floated through the bush with their lights flashing on and off - we really liked ...
... But for this landlubber there was not much beyond the visitor center, a long boardwalk and some nice views including a hazy one of Miami across the bay. They did not even offer any kind of boat tours. But I could not be disappointed since this is the final stop of my initial journey. I can't believe I completed the thing. I will blog a recap of the whole trip with a few thoughts and comments sometime next week. ...
... include a spacious marble and granite-clad bathroom with a shower, as well as thoughtful touches such as a vanity desk, breakfast table and refrigerated mini-bar.
Designer touches are everywhere, from the magnificent Grand Staircase and stunning suites, they are showcases of the finest residential design and furnishings.
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- FREE AIRFARE on every ...
... business in finding alligators. And we really found them.
We started with a small fellow just sitting on a log. From there, we found several more at a pond. In fact, it seemed that every one we saw was bigger than the fellow before him.
It was odd to see the gators just swimming in the water next to the pedestrian path. We even came upon one just sitting under the trees next to the path. We left them all alone and ...