Seascape Motel and Marina
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... hold informal sessions as we all stood on the dock around the open-water pens. It was amazing to see these animals interacting with their trainers. We found it really informative & you could ask questions. Some people paid to go in the water with the dolphins & give commands & some kids had the dolphins paint a T-shirt!! A little commercial for a non-profit research centre but I guess they have to make ...
... 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 ...
... due to the land acting as a wind buffer. Once again our exit was a smooth one (hooray!) We were pleased with ourselves and the calm waters on the ICW but we knew this was going to be a long day due to the many miles we had to cover. And, there was one worrisome section of the trip that would take us into the Gulf. We were still in that phase of nautical development that we were terrified of the Gulf.
As expected, the ICW portion of our travel that day went well enough and ...
... at Coco Plum were in use.Sombrero was even nicer than the last time! No seagrass washed up at all and the tide had made the water deeper. One part of the beach was closed for construction of some sort. Mostly it was construction machines parked on a nice beach. On our way home we explored a bit more. took a drive around the Golf Course and then over to the City ...
... to Key West. Our first stop today, however, was Key Largo. As Highway 1 enters the Florida Keys it becomes a single lane both ways but luckily the traffic was flowing smoothly. Once we had crossed over the first of many bridges we were officially in the Keys.
We were both eager to make the most of our time so our first stop was snorkelling. We didn't have a secure reservation, so we were lucky to make it onto the boat going out in the afternoon. By the time we had ...