Fairway Inn Florida City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... people watching and waiting for our food to come. Wade even got offered a job when he helped out. We then continued on through Big Cypress National park. Along the route are a number of Indian villages where you can visit and also see examples of traditional ways of living.
We eventually stopped in Bonita Springs for the night and plan on heading up to Tampa tomorrow with a stop to see the manatees and visit to Henry Ford and Thomas Edison’s ...
... that they were very timid, unlike crocodiles in Australia or Africa. These wouldn't see a human as prey unlike the ones from the aforementioned countries. I had wandered at that moment what would happen if you introduced the Australian salty into this ecology. Would they thrive? Would they drive out the alligators. It would be more interesting then the Malaluka trees. We drove up the channel. The Guide spoke about the history of the park and ...
The weather in paradise has been
wonderful so far this winter (read hot) versus the cold and snow in
the great white north. The water levels in the Everglades have also
been the highest I've ever seen. As you have probably noticed, I have
not religiously updated my blog for some time... Hopefully, the
pictures will help describe some of my adventures during ...
Saturday 8th March we set off for our first holiday since arriving in NY. After all the winter storms we have been encountering we decided a top up of vitamin D was very much needed so headed to the "sunshine state" aka Florida. First stop was Miami and annoyingly we couldn't get Will Smith’s “Miami” song out of our heads the whole way there. You know when you have arrived on holiday when you walk off ...
Tonight we're camping in Everglades NP'sbest campground: Long Pine. We got here at a good time and it is still a first come/ first served campground. These are harder to find as NPS privatizes some of its operations. This one Is old fashioned, barebones, and $16. This is quite a deal since the roach motels are charging $200+ a night around here. And all the roaches and bedbugs in my camping gear are mine. It's hot at about 78 degrees. Once in a ...