- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... relaxing and unhurried. Although needing no adornment, the Fairchild is home to 11 major pieces of sculpture. Also each year the Garden 'is transformed into a unique natural gallery' featuring the work of a particular artist. This year, 29 extraordinary glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly have been interspersed among the magnificent tropical foliage. It is a feast for the eyes and for the soul. While long waits are the rule, we had no ...
got up for the free hostel brekky and decided to book a tour to the famous Everglades to go and see some Alligators. It was here on the tour that I met Frida from Sweden, who spoke English with a confusingly good Australian accent. Turns out she lived there for a while, which explained a lot.
When we got to the everglades, our first activity was an airboat ride through the area. I always thought that the airboat bit was all a bit of ...
... although expensive was still good. We then walked over to the beach, stuck our feet in the water and did a few pictures, then split up so that everyone could do what they wanted to do.
I walked up the beach, taking pictures every so often, had a quick swim, had an ice cream then walked over to Lincoln road. I walked around the street, looked in the shops, it was a warm day, got a lemonade from a street stall, found a bookshop, then went to ...
... low budget, dodgy motels. Although they aren't the prettiest to look at, they are far more economical than the expensive brands. Free breakfast, free parking, free Internet and often free washing machine facilities were services we came to expect. We also remember drinking our first cup of American filtered coffee and wondering how we were going to mange 3months with this. Most places don't have any alternates. Once repulsed by it, we now enjoy those bottomless $2 ...
... for the final part of our journey today.
Once leaving Key Largo we passed through the Everglade area on our way to Miami. The 11 mile straight roadway and fences on both sides of the highway signified we were travelling through ‘gator country’. On the southern side of Miami, palm tree farms line the roadways but it doesn’t take long before the cityscape appears and we turn off to the Comfort Suites, our accommodation for the next few nights