Coral Lagoon Resort & Marina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the landscape quickly opens up to reveal a Bald Cypress forest. These coniferous Bald Cypress trees lose their needle-like leaves in winter due to the seasonal drought. As their leaves fall, the acids from the decaying plant material eat away at the limestone surrounding the tree trunk creating holes which fill with water. These “solution holes”, which are common in the Everglades, enable the tree to gather and save water for use during the dry season ...
... hanging low over the horizon..absolutely stunning. By the time I get back up to the hotel and back out on the balcony it's full daylight and the sea is a shimmering blue and the clouds white and fluffy. I managed to get everyone up and we all hit the pool for an early swim. The hotel is still incredibly quiet, no one seems to get up early! Breakfast next and our first proper meal. Full American , pancakes and waffles, what else! The hotel is owned by an ...
... 7 people's assistance, we finally managed to secure the lines. Was it over? No way. The boat had to be washed as we were covered in salt water from stem to stern. Suffice it to say it was a long, tiring day. Lucky for us, the marina had a great restaurant and bar at the end of the dock. You can guess what we ate that night. Yep. Lots of crabs!
We have now been in Marathon for about two weeks. We had planned to leave earlier but the weather has not cooperated. ...
... The first few days were spent enjoying the lovely beach of Sandspur. Lucky me, I got there early enough to find my shady spot. It was very easy to kill time doing nothing but staring out at the sea, catching up with friends online, reading, taking photos, observing the lizards say "hi" and nose around my pack and chatting with the locals. When hunger called, there were a few small cafes to eat at - one where ...
... into any of the forty-some parks in the state. However, in Monroe County, here in the Keys, the county charges another dollar to enter. To get by this, one can buy a five dollar County Pass for five dollars and get free entry into any of these parks. The usual entry fee is four to five dollars per person. I figure that by the time we leave Florida I may break even. I do like to support the state parks around ...