Tip Top Isles Waterfront Resort and Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to write a second when he died. The island is now owned by his daughter and is a historical site.
We then went up the river and around in the everglades. It was cool being in an air boat since it can do so much more than a conventional boat.
At one point in the tour, the captain pulled up to a grove near the water’s edge and out come at least seven raccoons that the ...
... North from the Colonial Station to an area known as Tucker’s Grade (about a 20 mile journey). The train then heads back South to the Colonial Station along the same route, for about a 40 mile round trip.
Nice to know:
- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday ticket prices are $69.00 per person; taxes and gratuities not included. Saturday ticket prices are $75.00; taxes ...
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... br> area. We actually walked back to the
hotel on the road and that was a lot faster than the sand. I think it was about 20 minutes on the road
and 40 on the sand because we were strolling and looking at stuff.
We stayed at DiamondHead Resort and Spa which was really
nice. Large rooms, suite style with a
HUGE balcony. The balcony did have a
screen which seems to be a theme of hotels in this area likely ...
... was negotiating my back-pack around the 8 million people on board. It resembled those buses you see in Pakistan with people sitting on the roof and hanging out of the windows. I made it to the Orlando downtown bus terminal successfully. RESULT ! Next, I had to catch a bus to the Amtrak station which departed half an hour later. The easy part was getting on the bus. The hard part is actually knowing which stop to get off at. But alas, it wasn't hard at all. It was a piece ...