Hot Miami for Cold Ski Vacation in CO

Hot Miami for Cold Ski Vacation in CO


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4 chambres
Couchages 8
4 salles de bain
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Our 4 bedroom and 4 ½ bathroom pool home is built in a small, eight home community quiet cul-de-sac. 3 Bedrooms and 4 ½ baths will be available for your use, master bedroom included. The master bedroom is located on the north side of the house. With its own separate multi-zone central air conditioning and heating. Master bathroom is equipped with a Jacuzzi tub and separate shower with clear glass enclosure along with a one-piece toilet and powder room with bidet.

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Come see the University of Miami, Miami Seaquarium, Miami Metrozoo and many, many more places of interest. Want to play Golf, Jet Ski or how about taking an Airboat ride in the Everglades – hope you’re not afraid of Alligators? Speaking about the Everglades, it is sometimes called the "river of grass -- During the wet summer months, the vast grassy prairie acts both as a home to a tremendous variety of plants and animals and as a filter for the fresh water river -- In the winter months, when the sawgrass prairie is dry, the borrow pits serve as water holes that attract a variety of wildlife. Look for alligators, wading birds, anhingas, and turtles around these human-made "gator holes." Oh yes, you “will” want to have a slice of Key Lime Pie and the only place to experience a “true” Key Lime Pie is Key West. Pick up car rental at one of south Florida's metropolitan hubs and head due south for the end point of the U.S. mainland: Key West. Once out of the Sunshine State's hedonistic heartland, you'll hit Highway One, destined for mile marker zero some 150 miles south in Ernest Hemingway's favorite watering hole this side of the Serengeti. Skimming the fringe of Everglades National Park to the west, you'll quickly hit the sliver-like Florida Keys and mile upon mile of impossibly clear water, near-deserted beaches, and lengthy one-lane bridges.

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