Coral Lagoon Resort & Marina
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Coral Lagoon Resort & Marina Marathon
Travel Blogs from Marathon
... greeted by ranger Derrick at the pay station. He and Philip bonded it seemed like 20 minutes as he tried to give us "quick directions" to the dove site. Now I was sitting in the back and could not follow Derricks directions at all - I wasn't even sure he was speaking English at times - but Philip seemed to "get" him and off we went. An hour later we were dove less - but we did add MERLIN so that was nice. As we pressed on to Key West, ...
... 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 ...
... you would hit bottom.) Finally, they reviewed any tricky bridge situation
Our careful preparations paid off and we arrived in Venice without much ado but docking was a little tricky due to the winds kicking up and the currents from the Gulf pounding us as we approached the marina. The Crowe's Nest is literally located on an inlet that connects the Gulf with the ICW. It is not an easy entrance or exit except in slack water conditions. Still, we had a lot of help and ...
... left elbow. And I didn't get to see the damn shark! When we got home I had to ask Glenn to go to Walgreens to get medical supplies,since I used up everything we had. The elbow is the worst- except for the camera, which is the second one I've broken this trip.Things could be worse, and a few medicinal vodka tonics have eased the ...
... 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 ...