Captiva Island Inn Bed & Breakfast
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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 …
... Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone worked together in 1927 to form the Edison Botanic Research Corporation. The lab was built in 1928 to support his plan to discover a domestic source of rubber a latex producing plant. The grounds are beautiful with many tropical plants and trees. There is also a Museum with artifacts relating to Thomas Edison's many inventions and businesses and Henry Fords ...
... used to refer to Palm Island. Technically, it is named Knight Island.
Palm Island Resort lies at the north end of the island, and at the southern end is Little Gasparilla. In between you will find Don Pedro Island and the Don Pedro State Park.
Together these three sections comprise more than 7 miles of pristine beach from Stump Pass at the north to Gasparilla Pass at the south. The beach was ...
Today we made it to Fort Myers to visit our friends Pat and Dar.
They have a lovely spot in Lehigh Acres and are having a well deserved two week break from the stresses of home.
They live in an absolutely gorgeous spot and we are grateful to have had the chance to visit. Their hospitality was second to none and we enjoyed every minute.
... 35 miles south of Sarasota.
Here is a quick list and our impressions so far for the area we are currently in:
Just off the coast of Englewood (between Sarasota and Fort Myers), Manasota Key is 7 miles in length with four beaches.The closest beach on the key (for us) is Englewood which is just over a draw bridge and features a boardwalk, picnic tables under shelters, restrooms and changing ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.