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We arrived by boat, and stayed overnight at their face dock, at a very reasonable rate. The pilings are almost perfectly vertical, except for several to the westerly end of the face dock. Water and electric (50 Amp and 30 Amp available, no extra charge)....More
This restaurant is filled with history and interesting in it’s setting and legends. We were disappointed in the meal preparation and service considering the cost. They have a great porch on a pretty canal for outdoor dining. We had dinner there. Lunch might be a...More
The Rod and Gun Club description points to the fact that this is a historic stop that is quaint and charming. We were not planning to eat there but wanted to see the building lobby. Given we were right across the street we walked up...More
It's slim pickings in hotels near this side of the Everglades. In the end we chose this hotel. I must say we were dissapointed... Fot $160 we expected more... Half of the building of the Rod & Gun is in disrepair and looks disgraceful. We...More
Stopped for lunch,thought I would try again. Wrong... worse than last time.
Started out front entrance closed had to enter thru bar. Easy enough girl was there to guide you thru to tables so you didn't just come in look around. Food midorce 1 beer...More