Florida

After Orlando and the Kennedy Space Center, I drove down to Key West, the Everglades and Miami.

Hemmingway's House

The main attraction in Key West is Hemmingway's House.

Hemmingway's House

Hemmingway's House

The house has many windows to cope with the topical climate.

Hemmingway's House

Hemmingway's House

Inside Hemmingway's House.

Hemmingway's House

Hemmingway's study

In the coach house next to his house, Hemmingway wrote most of his classic novels.

Hemmingway's study

Hemmingway's House balcony

James Bond fans might recognise this as the balcony where James Bond jumps off in the movie Licence to Kill.

Hemmingway's House balcony

Everglades

The Everglades is a large flooded grassland.

Everglades

Everglades

Water flows through it from central Florida to the coast. The Everglades supports a large variety of wildlife, but development that has changed the water flow threatens this habitat.

Everglades

Blue Heron

Blue Heron

Alligator

Alligator

Alligators

Alligators

Davis

Miami's Art Deco District is the largest collection of art deco buildings in the world..

Davis

Essex House

Essex House is a striking example of a corner building.

Essex House

Essex House

Classic art deco "eyebrows" help shield the windows from the strong Florida sun.

Essex House

The Carlyle

The Carlyle

The Carlyle

The Carlyle

Cardozo Hotel

Cardozo Hotel

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