Getting overheated touring the Sunken Gardens

The people I was with and I were both drenched in sweat & exhausted from our leisurely meander

During a recent trip to St! Petersburg, Florida, our partner & I decided to visit the Sunken Gardens. It is a hidden gem in the middle of the city, the botanical hideaway originated 100 years ago. It was created by a family who purchased a sinkhole & decided to make the most of it! Some of the tropical plant species are over a century old. There are over 50,000 uncommon varieties of tropical plants & colorful flowers. The winding pathways circle around easily pretty pools, waterfalls & water gardens. There are sections that include a walk-through butterfly garden, a cactus garden & Japanese garden. The people I was with and I appreciated the pink flamingos, brightly colored koi, parrots & kookaburra parakeets. The people I was with and I expected to spend about an hour checking everything out, then unfortunately the paths aren’t marked all that well, & we took a wrong turn. It took us nearly 3 hours to find our way back to where we’d started. This wouldn’t have been a big concern on a cool afternoon, but however, that afternoon, the temperature was in the mid nineties with high humidity, however my partner & I live in the northeastern area of the country, where it never gets that hot, but our apartment isn’t even equipped with central air conditioning. The people I was with and I run the furnace for approximately eight months of the year. The boiling & sticky conditions were brutal. The people I was with and I were both drenched in sweat & exhausted from our leisurely meander. The people I was with and I had plans to head straight to dinner. Instead, we went back to our hotel, took chilly showers & cranked up the air conditioning.

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