Key Colony Beach Motel

Address: 441 East Ocean Drive, Key Colony Beach, Florida Keys, Florida, 33051, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 441 East Ocean Drive, Key Colony Beach, is near Captain's Corner Dive Center, Christ of the Deep, Sombrero Reef, and Thunderbolt.
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    Travel Blogs from Key Colony Beach

    The Keys of Florida

    A travel blog entry by alwaysastory on Jul 22, 2015

    5 photos

    ... may not know who I mean) So we quickly left when the waitress disappeared and drove along till we found a really nice restaurant that was reasonable and quiet. The man there was a young guy who was really helpful about the area and we were chatting to him for a while. We set off home and prepared for a snorkelling trip the next day. We woke up and headed to the snorkelling site where there were about 20 other people joining the trip. We jumped on a cattermaran and ...

    The Keys of Florida

    A travel blog entry by alwaysastory on Jul 22, 2015

    ... may not know who I mean) So we quickly left when the waitress disappeared and drove along till we found a really nice restaurant that was reasonable and quiet. The man there was a young guy who was really helpful about the area and we were chatting to him for a while. We set off home and prepared for a snorkelling trip the next day. We woke up and headed to the snorkelling site where there were about 20 other people joining the trip. We jumped on a cattermaran and ...

    Everglades

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 28, 2015

    11 photos

    ... birds, turtles and fish. Did several walks, all well sign-posted with info signs. All very regimented compared to tracks in Aussie National Parks.

    The Everglades is threatened by the fact that the areas north are taking too much water for cities and irrigation; not enough left to provide for the flooded habitats of the Everglades, hence lessening bird populations and an almost extinct Florida panther.

    We finally ...

    Mass Slaughter in The Everglades

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Jan 21, 2015

    1 comment, 56 photos

    ... narrated tour. We begin with the spotting of a tiny, six inch, baby crocodile. The American Crocodiles can only be found in the continental U.S. inhabiting the coastal areas of south Florida where they are at the northern extreme of their range. You just can’t see these salt water creatures anywhere else in the continental USA.

    Along the tour we are introduced to the Manchineel tree. Infamous for its toxic sap, this tree is listed as an endangered species. It ...

    Wasting Away Again in Margaritaville

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 08, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... favorite constellation after the Southern Cross) hanging bright and beautiful right over the ocean. The almost full moon lit up the night sky like a giant floodlight, dappling the water’s surface with a million points of light (stars on the water).


    On Wednesday June 11th we drove all the way down to Key West, the southernmost point in the continental United States. Except it isn’t, because it’s an island, connected to mainland Florida by a ...