Stone Ledge Paradise Inn Motel
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... of a campground with only a few campsites, in a harbor and frequently used by fishermen. The campsite we were able to reserve was small and we knew it was a risk but felt it could be an interesting adventure. Interesting it was.
The first clue was the access road to the campground which was barely wide enough for the RV. The short driveway into the campground was definitely ...
... which reads
"ABSOLOUTLY NO PERSONS OF ANY AGE WHO REQUIRE DIAPERS ARE ALLOWED IN ANY
POOL OR SPA". Anyway, she stormed
off, everyone clapped…job done.
I know it sounds
mean but, this is the ONLY adult pool….it is tucked right out of the way and it
is TINY in comparison to the family pools of which there are three. She was being obnoxious and she was rightly
put in her place.
The other very rude
... to the restrooms at the visitor center was screened in and double door entrance, I am assuming to keep out the critters. On the drive down there were signs indicating "Panther Crossing" and "alligator crossing". Kind of got you ready for your experience. We entered the park and went to the first campground which was totally dry camping but with bathrooms (flushing bathrooms, yeah). It was Long Pine Campground and quite a ...
... the waves were not bad at all the boat rocked quite heavily when we were anchored…well tied up…whatever they call it when you are out in the sea. We stopped at the Spiegel Grove wreck first which is a deep dive and so not anything to see via snorkel. It was apparently a HUGE wreck and Gary and Jill both loved it. The boat was rocking a lot and Jym and I had little sleep last night. I am not sure if it was something we ...
... for a classic American diner for breakfast. The promise of Everglades city quickly dissipated as we realised it was mainly hillbillies selling very unecological Hover boat rides. The diner we picked was however very authentic and Dad and I were brave enough to try 'Grits and Biscuit' a mixture of savoury porridge and salty scone! Greg was very pleased to see a breakfast burrito on the menu (sausages, bacon, eggs, onion, home ...