Not long ago, I wrote a post about how different countries were looking at different ways to make their carbon footprint smaller. Most have proposed imposing some sort of tax on the airlines, although a few have suggested other methods such as outlawing domestic flights. However, it wasn’t lost on me that nearly all of the suggestions just raised money and did nothing for the environment. Unless the money raised was going to go towards environmental pursuits? I dunno.
Meanwhile, a resort will be opening in the few years and it has its head in the right place when it comes to protecting the environment.
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It’s a story that’s gone from triumph to tragedy and is on its way to triumph again.
Bungalow Key Largo, billed as the first all-inclusive resort in the Florida Keys, opened in December, 2018. An adults-only luxury waterfront property just an hour south of Miami, it was destined for greatness. After all, it had a 4.5 star rating on Trip Advisor and had gotten the attention of the likes of TravelPulse, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure, and other travel-related social media outlets.
Unfortunately, less than half a year after this brand-new resort opened, it caught on fire.
Of course, the first thing any owner says is that they will rebuild, but so many times they just…don’t.
That’s not the case for Bungalows Key Largo.
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If there are two things I didn’t think I’d ever put in the same sentence, they would be “Taco Bell” & “Opening A Hotel & Resort.” But apparently The Bell: A Taco Bell Hotel & Resort is scheduled to open in Palm Springs this summer. So that’ll show me, huh?
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Bungalows Key Largo was billed as the first all-inclusive resort in the Florida Keys. Just recently opened in December 2018, this adults-only luxury waterfront resort, just an hour south of Miami, it had already amassed a 4.5 star rating on TripAdvisor and had gotten the attention of the likes of TravelPulse, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure, and other travel-related social media outlets. A little closer to home, Mike and Shawn of Miles To Memories wrote about Bungalows Key Largo just this past February.
Unfortunately, Bungalows’ great start came to a sudden halt when an overnight fire broke out at the resort a few nights ago, resulting in extensive damage.
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