Fantastic Florida Adventure

Gabriella Gonzalez 14

Tropical Key West

First you go swimming with the dolphins! You go in the oceans of Key West. Your guide lets you swim and kiss and hug a female dolphin named Charlotte. When you are done you go to a resturaunt known for their seafood. It is on the beach and you can even eat on the beach! You go on the beach and order lobster. This is a famous food at Key West because Key West has a lot of open ocean around it.That attracts a lot of fisherman that catch the biggest lobster ever.

Then, when you are done, you order a Key Lime Pie for desert. It is delicious because the The Key Limes are so fresh because it is grown locally at the Keys . Finally you pay your bill, leave, and go to bed.

The Everlasting Everglades

At 11:15 you leave your hotel and go to the one and only Everglades National Park. Once you arrive, you travel with a group of people to the airboat tours. You hop in an airboat and hang on tight. Once the driver gets into the swamp, you start seeing many beautiful sights. At nearly 1.5 million acres in size, the park plays an important role in providing a good habitat for many rare and endangered species like the manatee, American crocodile, and Florida panther. You see all of these and take many pictures. After the airboat ride, you walk along a trail that leads you to canoeing. Since the Everglades National Park is around 1.5 million acres, you don't canoe around the whole park. When you are done, you walk back to the exit and go back to your hotel.

Pirate Party!

Today you are going to the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum. You arrive there at 1:00 and can't wait to learn about pirates! You see replicas of ships and learn that pirates were in the 1600s and 1700s. That's a long time ago! You see pirate hooks, cannons, and even pirate faces! You also learn that "Walk the plank" is just a Hollywood expression, pirates would only throw the men overboard or hang them. You finally go back to your hotel after a long, educational day.

Freedom Tower

You are in the big city of Miami today. You go to a historic site in Miami that is called Freedom Tower. It was originally completed in 1925 as the headquarters and printing facility of the newspaper of The Miami News. In 1957 it relocated to a new facility on the Miami River. Now you are there exploring and learning about it.

You'll be shown the sushi way at Sushi Ray!

Today you decide to go to Sushi Ray for dinner. It is in Boca Raton. Once you arrive, you decide to do hibachi. Hibachi is when a chef comes and turns on this giant stove and cooks raw steak, eggs for fried rice, shrimp, and much more! This is the only Sushi Ray so it is NOT a chain restaurant. On the regular side of the restaurant , they serve chicken, rice, sushi, and much more!