Coral Lagoon Resort & Marina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... of the Keys). Arrived at a shopping mall on the beach at Key West about 3.30pm just to set the Garmin for Hotels. Decided to have a chicken burger and coke at the Wendy's outlet first. After one attempt at accomodation, (no vacancies), the next one had only one room left for $249USD incl. tax - with just one double bed plus a pull out sofa bed in the lounge room area of the room. ...
... master and host for the report training, filling us in with many additional facts about the state of the reef, and how important it is to be careful there. After the fun in the pool, we took a break and returned at 1pm to start out on the dives at Sombrero Reef. The reef is in the shape of a large hand, with a lighthouse anchored in the sea floor at the "palm". Our first dive was around the index finger, the second around ...
... and his older brother Louis served as scouts for noted French plume hunter Jean Chevalier on his trip to the Everglades. At the time plume feathers were selling for more than their weight in gold. On their expedition, which lasted several weeks, the young men and Chevalier's party killed 1,397 birds of 36 species.
In 1896, the Massachusetts Audubon Society was launched, with their official mission, in part, to "awaken the community to the fact that this fashion ...
... ridiculously long bridges – one of these bridges is over 7 miles long! Details aside, we stopped at the Key Deer National Refuge en route and saw numerous small, dainty Key deer tip-toeing amongst the mangroves. We also saw several bunnies which we dubbed (perhaps incorrectly) as the Key rabbit. We didn’t have our wildlife identification key, so it may have instead been the Key hare. Upon reaching Key West we parked near Duvall Street and used the keys to lock the truck. We ...
... our surprise, we noted that most of them had set two anchors in the front, (a technique we later learned was referred to as a Bahamian Anchor). Hmmmm. Did they know something we did not know? We started to worry and consequently got on the phone to solicit the expertise of the Good Captains. We described the situation to them and after asking a few questions they said," Phooey, you just need one anchor if you give it enough scope." And so one anchor with plenty of scope is what we ...