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I 75 Alligator Alley Florida – Is Alligator Alley Dangerous? The toll road I 75 Alligator Alley Florida is one of the most traveled stretches of road in all of Florida. The four-lane highway is the fastest way to get
Florida Keys Road Trip to Key West – One of the Best Florida Road Trips Taking a Florida Keys road trip to Key West is not only one of the best Florida road trips, but maybe one of the most
History of Florida Hurricanes in Chronological Order Florida has a tropical climate that has led to an active history of Florida hurricanes. Certain weather phenomena have an impact on the number and intensity of Florida hurricane history. The list of
First Christmas in America? May Have Been in Florida The first Christmas in America was most likely held near Tallahassee, Florida in 1539. In that year Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto landed near Bradenton, Florida. Hernando de Soto traveled with
Which One, TAMIAMI TRAIL VS. ALLIGATOR ALLEY – FLORIDA ROAD TRIP DIFFERENCE There are some common questions; Alligator Alley or Tamiami Trail, Which One
Key West is known for it’s Bars! Most bars aren’t known for their food. Sloppy Joe’s is a slight exception, since they serve Key West pink shrimp. These shrimp are only found in certain deep waters around the Keys. The pinks have a mild, sweet flavor and a pink shell. Once you have tried them, you will know the flavor. Many restaurants serve Key West pinks, but ask to be certain. I consider a restaurant’s choice to serve an exceptional shrimp a positive for their willingness to spend a little extra for a special product.
In 1915 it was clear that trade routes were changing from horses to horsepower. Prior to this time, as far back as the 1600’s Spanish explorers forged pathways through the wilderness to ports like New Orleans and beyond to trade goods from the America’s to the motherland, Spain. The major Spanish city was St. Augustine
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