Drive MIA to Orlando--anything "don't-miss" close to main highways?
Not looking for true "off the beaten path" experience, but will be with my daughter for a few days and if there's anything unusual or unique (no chains!) along the way, we'd love to check it out. Doing both a dinner and a breakfast time frame so let the ideas fly!
Hey just wanted to report that Desert Inn appears to be under renovation. The tollbooth guy told us it was shut down for code violations. He recommended the Subway at the gas station. Anyway, we went over and had a look. And there were no lights on. But we can still say we were in Yeehaw Junction, which is noteworthy in itself.
I figure you are coming up the Turnpike. Stop at Yeehaw Junction and the food at the Desert Inn. Recommend the turtleburger and the homemade cake.
Might be crowded as there is usually a bluegrass fest this time of year. We suffered through the Fellsmere froglegs this past weekend.