Greenstone Motel

Address: 304 N Krome Ave, Homestead, Florida, 33030, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 304 N Krome Ave, Homestead, is near Shark Valley, Anhinga Trail, Royal Palm Visitor Center, and Gumbo Limbo Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Homestead

The West Coast and on to the Everglades

A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Jul 16, 2014

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... Fort Myers. Jayne's sandals were wearing out, and her feet were hurting. By googling shopping malls nearby we found ourselves at a mall in Ellenton. The first store we spotted was called Happy Feet - just what she was looking for. She is now the proud owner of a pair of Kenkoh sandals invented by a Japanese man. They are still in the breaking-in stage, but so far her feet are happy. We drove along to ...

Day 11 on the Tamiami Trail

A travel blog entry by sandyray on Mar 10, 2014

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... way. Ray & I stopped in the Big Cypress Preserve at The Kirby Storter Boardwalk. It is a half-mile (one-way) walk to the end of boardwalk. Your walk starts through open sawgrass. The trees are covered with air plants, some look like giant bird nests. Then you enter the cypress swamp. Some of the cypress trees are 500-600 years old. At the end of ...

That is a big alligator!

A travel blog entry by shaughnp on Sep 15, 2013

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... lush, humid and tropical. Along the trail we saw a lot of black vultures which are quite scary up close in my opinion, anhinga birds and 3 alligators. Right beyond the walkway we stopped to take a peak at an alligator just lying there. It was quite unsettling for me to be so close with no barrier between us. Marty found it exhillerating. At one point I was looking at one of them with some other tourists and the alligator suddenly moved and ...

Day 3: Treasure Coast

A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 30, 2012

... sleep comfortably. We were bundled and in good sleeping bags. I woke up and put on my bathing suit since I was intent in diving the cove at Sebastian Inlet. It was my reason for stopping here. I tried to ignore the cold wind and toughen up. When the sum came out, it almost seemed warm enough to dive. It was only 57 degrees though. As I cooked up eggs, I watched a bunch of dolphins playing in the inlet in front of our camp. They were obviously attacking a school ...

The Sunshine State, Part 1: Everglades and Beaches

A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Nov 05, 2012

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... saw a white pelican (they are much larger than the brown ones). So the first full day was a lot of bird watching, some gator spotting, and a lot of driving (a little disappointing, really). The brightest part of this day was that we discovered a local fruit stand called Robert Is Here, pulled in by their ad promising Key Lime milkshakes. These shakes were SO good that we ended up going here five times for shakes during our three week stay. We also got to try some fresh fruits ...

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