Month: September 2022

How to experience the Everglades, Florida

It is not an exaggeration to call Everglades National Park in Florida the largest continuous stretch of subtropical wilderness in the whole United States. It is also an important wetland in the United States, providing habitat for several plant and animal species, including crocodiles and alligators. 

From Lake Okeechobee to Florida Bay lies the vast wetland area known as the Everglades in southern Florida. Peat soil works like a sponge and holds water, earning the Everglades the nickname “River of Grass.” The region contains more than 500,000 acres of peat soil. Travelers visiting this area could see wildlife that isn’t seen anyplace else on Earth. 

Visitors to Everglades National Park may canoe or hike through the park’s breathtaking ecosystem. It is possible to go about the park in a number of ways: 

Taking a tour in an airboat is more comfortable than strolling around the park on foot. You can see alligators, birds, and other wildlife up close without having to spend hours trekking through marshes or up hills. As the airboats allow passengers to observe landmarks like Old Bahama Airport and Seminole Indian Village, they are also useful as a teaching tool. 

Visitors to Everglades National Park often rent canoes so that they may paddle through the park’s most remote areas and take in the park’s breathtaking landscape up close. On your excursions, you might see wildlife like alligators and birds. But if you don’t know your way around a canoe or kayak, it’s preferable to go on a guided tour. 

Two of the most well-known trails in the park are the Anhinga Trail and the Gumbo Limbo Nature Trail. The paths through each are well marked with informational plaques. The Anhinga Trail passes through many distinct habitats on its way from one end to the other. Along the Gumbo Limbo Nature Trail, you can observe old growth trees, complete with strangler figs and strangler vines that cling to them like tendrils from a tree house straight out of a jungle adventure story.

After you’ve explored the Everglades to exhaustion, it’s time to travel to the beaches of Miami, South Florida. Have a beach picnic Miami experience with amazing decorations, fondue, stunning tablescapes, and good company to help you unwind and recharge. Outdoor fun may be extended with a picnic in Miami Beach.


Exquisite Sceneries in Barcelona

1. Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaud’s unfinished masterpiece and Barcelona’s most famous structure, is scheduled to be completed in 2026. Many believe it to be one of Europe’s best tourist spots. Go to the little park close to Placa de Gaud, which has a lake encircled by a low wall. You’d assume it was designed only for capturing photos and selfies. Sitting on the wall, you may snap a picture of yourself against the background of the lake and the cathedral. Inside, take pictures when the sun shines through the big stained glass windows in the middle of the morning and again in the middle of the afternoon.

2. Casa Batlló

If you haven’t already noticed, Antoni Gaud’s work has had a significant impact on the subject matter of this blog post, and my next destination is no exception. Casa Batlló’s exterior seems to be made of skulls and skeletons. In reality, the skulls serve as platforms for the balconies, while the bones function as supporting pillars. When you go inside and look about, you’ll see that Gaud paid special attention to detail in his designs, such as how the size of the window varies as you move away from the building’s summit.

3. Parc Güell

As early as 1900, Eusebi Güell gave Antoni Gaud the job of building a well-known residential neighborhood on the edge of Barcelona. Only one of the forty beautiful mansions that were planned was ever built, and it is now a museum. Gaudi’s design for the park was very new at the time, but when World War I broke out in 1914, it was left unfinished. About 3 million people go there every year. The most famous picture of Park Güell is of the Hansel-and-Gretel-style gatehouses, which can be seen from the Placa de la Natura terrace, along with the tiled bench that surrounds the plaza in front.