Coral Lagoon Resort & Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... always keeps our Calliope in tip, top shape. He came by to do a little maintenance work and pronounced her to be in good shape for an old lady.
Once again it is time to move on. We are headed for Miami tomorrow weather permitting. We are going to be brave sailors and travel in the ocean as opposed to the ICW. It will be a long day and no doubt filled with its own unique adventures. We have much preparation to do this evening. But for now, we are headed to the pool. Not a bad life!
Marathon is a small fishing and diving town in the middle Florida keys. Marathon is known for it's great seafood, year round sunshine and relaxed atmosphere just like the rest of the florida keys.
If you're into sport fishing Marathon is the perfect place for that. you can go deep sea dolphin fishing or ...
... 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 ...
... about four miles from shore. It's there to protect the shipping channel boats which travel there. The odd thing is that this warm water current flows North. Unusual for sure.
There are campgrounds at most of the State Parks. I had tried to get a spot for this time after our get-together, but it was fruitless. They are very nice, from walking through them on our visit. If we were to return, I'd get ...