Miccosukee Resort and Conference Center
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Spent a couple days in the Tampa and St. Petersburg area while I waited for the car to get fixed up. Went to Cigar City Brewery with my Couchsurfing host in Tampa, spent a day at the beach in St. Petersburg - Pass-a-Grille beach and then Fort DeSoto Park, where I went for a nice bike ride. Also did a yoga class in Tampa and went to the ...
Although I had a great day yesterday at the Miami Jungle Island Zoo, I was really looking forward to my day today. The first attraction I was going to was the Miami Seaquarium which is a 38 acre oceanarium located on the island of Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay. It was pretty special going to this aquarium since it was founded in 1955 and it is the oldest oceanarium in the whole of USA .
... here so we continued north onto Fort Myres beach. The south of the beach (the beach being a long thin island off the coast) was a large marina surrounded by country and golf clubs but as we'd moved north the neighbourhood make up changed to bars and burger joints. We made camp for the night in the Lighthouse Inn and joined the rednecks for a hoe down with another spectacular light show courtesy of the hurricane in the Gulf of ...
Today we did a tour of an Alligator Farm, which consisted of seeing alligators up close, snakes and an airboat ride through the glades. We saw the alligators being feed (dead rats) yuck!!! But interesting to see the gators climbing over the top each other to get closer to the were the food was being distributed, so many of ...
... was on duty near Chicago at a similar Nike site during the
Cuban Missile Crisis. These new additions have made this tour one of the most visited in the Everglades – really impressive.
Inherited a beater canoe that was just hanging around the neighbourhood being lonely for the past couple of years. Since it is camouflaged with war stripes, I christened it Tecumseh (Tec ...