Captiva Island Inn Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaptiva Island Inn Bed & Breakfast
Located in the heart of Captiva Village, these suites and cottages are both ecclectic and efficient. Staying here would be on par with visiting aq beloved grandmother in the country as opposed to a distant cousin in a big city high rise. The latter might be more modern and immaculate, but ultimately lacks the friendliness, rustic charm, and coziness of the first, which are much harder to find.
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... The concert was held at the Barbara B. Mann Arts Performance Center (http://bbmannpah.com), which is located on the grounds of Florida South Western State College. It has a comfortable auditorium but is in desperate need of an air filtration system; dust abound. I walked out with my nose all stopped-up. Take a filter mask with you if you visit this place.
The all-star line-up ...
Back to Fort Myers for another Red Sox game. This time against the St. Louis Cardinals. As many or more Cardinal fans at this game than Red Sox fans. The section we sat in was more Cardinal than Sox.
Middle of the 5th inning and the rains came. Absolute downpour. After an hour delay the game was called. Net result, we saw one Red Sox hit (Pablo Sandoval) and a couple of errors. Disappointing afternoon but still lots of fun at Jet Blue ...
It's time to move on....I've been here for a few weeks...almost too much heaven!!! We joined the YMCA...they have fantastic Pilates, Spin and TRX classes! I'm really excited about TRX!
I will chronicle the cross-country travel adventure that i will be doing with my brother, Michael!
We begin tomorrow....so please stay tuned!!! Good night...C(caroline) & M(michael)
Day 15 saw us get up very early and head off on a road trip!!!! Stopped at cracker barrel for breakfast(oh eating again?? well yes actually,don't you??) Our road trip was going to take us over to the atlantic coast to Ft Lauderdale,Boca Raton and ultimately ......MIAMI BABY!!!!!!!! A 2 hour journey got us to Ft Lauderdale where we got out and went to the beach for a short while. Wow! Waves!!!!!!! very different on this side. (why ...
... out. I think it was closer to 6 but I was back on the road with about 500 miles to St James City on Pine Island Florida.
I kept a watch on my mileage, I think it was about 34-36 miles to the gallon at first but it dropped down to 32 at night. The bike leaks and burns about 1 quart of oil every 350 miles. So I have to keep an eye on the level every time I get gas. I travel about 110 miles and stop for gas, bathroom, water and ...