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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This was day #2 of a recent trip to Southwest Florida. Having previously spent time on nearby Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach, the idea was to stay on Captiva this time around. Since the trip over the Sanibel Causeway is not cheap($6 to reach the island), this day would be spent enjoying the best of both Sanibel and Captiva without any trips …
... statement about WWII combat from a tanker's perspective (no thanks). Today we're just hanging out while waiting for the Super Bowl fiasco and hopeful some interesting and/or humorous commercials. Maggie is napping and I'm alone with the computer, a potentially dangerous situation ---LOL. This past week we've been contacted by my sailing friend, Mike Ritenour, who would like us to crew with him aboard his CD-33,<i> La ...
... and me to Washington. We both enjoyed our respective "vacations," then rejoined in Snohomish where I was "farm sitting" while daughter Melissa and family went to New York City for New Years at Times Square. Farm sitting provided insight into a foreign way of life for both of us: the continuous, cold, rainy weather, and short days reinforced a primary reason I choose to be away from the PNW in winter --- it's simply too depressing. Throw in the care of a bevy of two and ...
... site, we turned around and gritted our teeth for the long haul. Finally at 6:30 pm, we rolled into the Marriott Hotel at the causeway to Sanibel Island. Booking dot YEAH! We love the hotel, and they upgraded us to a water view on the 8th floor!
We're here for 5 nights, so we're taking it slow and easy. In the last couple days we've rented bikes twice and rode all over Sanibel Island. We've stopped ...
What a gorgeous day! Bright sunshine, enough so we are all a little sunburned. Don and I went shelling with Becky and Brent Epperson and Scott and KJ Prosuch. Didn't find the "mother of all shells", but found a lot of gorgeous smaller shells. Had lunch at the Sunset Bar and Grill on Sanibel. On the way back to Tampa stopped at the Shell ...