We took note of the ultra-ornate Rococo-style furnishings (which I personally don't like) of some rooms, whilst others had differing themes.There was an asian themed room with murals depicting early western perceptions of the orient though trade.
One story goes that when they started hand cutting through the buttonwoods, and other flora, it seemed that they had worked hard enough and walked enough to have reached all the way to Tallahassee.
A Canadian native and former fashion photographer, he quite literally sailed himself into a new career as a professional dive instructor, yearning for more sunshine, sea air and saltwater. Stephen Frink: Immersed in Capturing the Underwater World Every day in the water brings a new adventure and a new photo for Stephen Frink.
Click here to find out why this world-renowned underwater photographer calls the Florida Keys his home and Keys waters his "office." Amy Slate: Diving Into Her Dream Entering her 31st year in the scuba diving business, Amy Slate has not lost an ounce of her undeniable enthusiasm for diving, ocean preservation or the Key Largo community she has called home since the 70s.
The meager beginning takes us back to 1917, when Monroe County floated a 0,000 bond issue to build roads, or trails, on Key Largo, Big Pine Key and a bridge from Key West to Stock Island.
Dating back even earlier was the symbolic "Tallahassee Road" in Planter.