One of the most magnificent aspects of Florida is its ecological diversity. You’ll find miles of white sandy beaches, acres of mangrove forests, everglades and rich farmland. Sarasota Jungle Gardens gives visitors a taste of the dense jungles of South America or Asia. Plan to stay in a Sarasota Florida bed and breakfast while exploring the wonderful, rich Sarasota Jungle Gardens.
Archive for July, 2010
Something special takes place near Daytona in Central East Florida from mid May to the end of October; green turtles emerge from the sea to lay their eggs. They come forth at night, locate the perfect spot in dry sand in which to deposit their eggs, and then return to the sea. Two months later, hundreds of baby turtles hatch from the eggs and make their way to the ocean. It is a wondrous cycle, and one that is incredible to behold. (more…)
Golf is an activity with die hard fans. Golfers will tolerate any kind of weather, from extreme heat to bracing cold. They love a challenge. They withstand sun burns, wind burns, sore backs and tired feet for the love of the game. They travel the world in search of the most challenging course, the most scenic course, the most fascinating course…. You get the picture.
If this sounds like you, come to Southwest Florida. There are more than a dozen excellent courses in and around Bokeelia and Cape Coral Florida, each with its own unique personality, and each worth playing. The ideal place to stay while improving your game is a Bokelia FL bed and breakfast or a Cape Coral Florida bed and breakfast – a little pampering may be the best way to end the day under par. (more…)
Key West is a fascinating place. The city sits at the southeastern tip of the United States, closer to Havana, Cuba than to Miami. History is evident all around the city, but no where more than the historic district of Old Town, Key West’s original settlement. Structures in this neighborhood date primarily from 1886 to 1912, and range in style from Victorian gingerbread houses to modest bungalows. Key West was the biggest and richest city in Florida in the 1890s, and vestiges of that boom are still evident in the architecture and the attractions. Visit the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens, Key West Heritage House Museum and Robert Frost Cottage, and the Ernest Hemingway House, and see if you can learn why a few well-known authors returned here again and again. (more…)