Historic Tavernier Inn Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sands of Clearwater. It was still very nice though. Emma managed to photograph some Jellyfish which was cool. After soaking the sun up for a while we decided to forage for some lunch. There was a little gift shop which served subs and stuff. Emma again went for the ice cream option, Chris had a hot dog and Russ and I had a turkey sub. Even the most run of the mill food places seem to do really good sub sandwiches and so they scored a very respectable 3/5 subs.
As we were ...
... the seasoned travellers in the group had previously snorkelled on the Great Barrier Reef.... We were told by our guide about the lion fish taking over the local waters and terrorising the pretty reef fish and how there was no restriction on taking it from the reef in fact it was encouraged and local restaurants were pushing it hard. What did Val have for breakfast in ...
... Trail are actually working already.
Visited all the old haunts such as Flamingo, Anhinga Trail and Key
Largo. I am looking forward to camping in the Big Cypress and more
exploring of the Waterways in the south of the park (Chickees and
I will try to be a little more prompt
on my future updates...
- Lots of idiots doing ...
... for me!
After we left St Augustine we were struggling to find a decent RV park further South..I’m not sure why, but we ended up in Okeechobee, FL..seriously..there was nothing there of interest for us (great place if you have a boat, ours just happens to be in storage in Boise, ID). We waited out some marginal weather there for a couple of days and then moved on to Fort Lauderdale. We’ve ...
We are both very excited to be heading to the Keys today. Hitched up and ready to go by 9:00 am. Hope someday we return to Peace River. We enjoyed it here. Orange groves as far as you can see as we drive south. As you come across the water the highway is fenced on both sides to keep the alligators from crossing the road. Well, this place is like staying at the Ritz! Brand new park, has only been open for 8 months. RV sites look out over the water, huge ...