Value Place Homestead - Miami

Address: 2750 NE 8th St, Homestead, Florida, 33033, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2750 NE 8th St, Homestead, is near Shark Valley, Anhinga Trail, Royal Palm Visitor Center, and Gumbo Limbo Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Homestead

      Tour Through the Sunshine State

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Feb 12, 2015

      76 photos

      ... mission, doomed by unfamiliarity with the land, hostile Indians, and the leader's overzealous pursuit of riches. Three years after landing in Florida, De Soto was felled by fever and buried in the Mississippi River, somewhere in Louisiana. Sixteen months later, his second-in-command led the ragged remnants of his army back to Mexico. The expedition was inconsequential for Spain and disastrous for the Indians, leaving behind disease ...

      Time for some Paintball fun!

      A travel blog entry by a3dennert on Apr 27, 2014

      100 photos

      ... and Jennifer took shots on the legs, Melanie took one shot to the chest, Rusty took a few shots to the head - sorry about that bro :o( , and I eventually got payback from Rusty with one to the side of my face. Jeremy texted me when he got home and said "bruise city here" - LOL.

      The place we went to was Family Paintball Center ...

      Gatorville

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

      12 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Day 3: Treasure Coast

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 30, 2012

      ... because birds were dive bombing the same areas. Fishermen seemed to notice and rushed over on their boats. Why are the fishermen wearing thick coats? Am I going to be able to shake the fact it is cold out here? It took a long time to break camp, but soon we did. Before we left, I called our favorite hotel in Homestead, the Floridian, and booked a room. They claimed to be all full online, but when one calls, negotiations can be made. I drove across the Inlet ...

      The Sunshine State, Part 1: Everglades and Beaches

      A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Nov 05, 2012

      91 photos

      ... like raw tamarind, and buy a coconut monkey bank!

      -- A QUICK WORD ABOUT LIZARDS -- They are everywhere in Florida. They crawl up your arm and into your hair. Sometimes they have cockroach friends tagging along. Wren thinks they are cute, but they disturb me. NOW BACK TO THE STORY --

      Our next trip out was to Big Cypress National Preserve. This turned out to be what we expected to see in the Everglades...huge cypress trees with their forked ...