Everglades City Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8221; rental units. In fact, this park is mostly “seasonal” units which means a permanent “park model” or an RV that is clearly not going anywhere without a lot of work. This is a small, tight-knit community which offers a lot to do for its many full-time residents.
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... us just as everyone else saw it too. Harold quipped "oh, well that explains how I lost that last guest."
Harold had a ten foot piece of cord upon which was tied a 2x2 square of foam. He cast it out like a fishing line and it landed "plop" in the water. It was a lure, a tease, a temptation. Our gator friend took to it immediately and swam over at a nice clip. He got up good and close and you could tell immediately his senses were on. He kinda looked at Harold and said ...
... food chain. I was tempted to ask him who would win in a fight between a Great White and an Alligator, but decided against it. A little further down we were lucky enough to see a turtle diving into the water. The pilot explained that they're quite shy so we were very lucky to have seen one. When the ride had finished and we were back on dry land we were advised to stay for the animal talk. Firstly we all got an opportunity to hold a baby alligator. The ...
... intend on trying anytime soon. It was an incredible experience to be that close to an alligator in it's natural habitat, we even got to catch a glimpse of an alligator nest filled with hatch-lings. I actually did get to touch one, surprisingly they are really smooth! The texture of their skin makes them look rough and scaly but it's the exact opposite. It was a fun and informative trip, even my mom was glad she tagged along. ...