KOA Campground Naples / Marco Island
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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From March 25th until we left on March 31 we pretty much spend each day at the beach or pool or exploring Naples. Talked a lot about Naples and Cape Cod and the differences that became more and more apparent.
We regret we left on March 31st at 6:00 am for home making it to ...
... in Florida present a wonderful variety of palm trees and tropical plants but we're in agreement, a walk in the woods in the Northeast is more comfortable and interesting.
We almost saw our first manatee as the park ranger came over to us and pointed out a manatee but of course it was no where to be seen by the time we got ...
... known as Alligator Alley to take us across the state to Naples. Well, Alligator Alley was a remarkably boring road which was virtually dead straight for one hundred miles and not a single alligator was seen!
Checked into our hotel which is fine, not one of our better ones but Naples is an expensive place. Went for a walk in totally the wrong direction and saw very little!
Back to the hotel, showered and found the proper Naples ...
I sometimes struggle with whether to tell someone they have dirt on their face. If you don’t tell them they may discover it later and wonder why you let them go around with dirt on their face. But I have also discovered some take offense to this correction when I have pointed it out. One person immediately replied, “Well you have a button (on my shirt) missing,” as if to get even with me for noticing the smudge. The difference was I knew the button was ...
... said that Hilary Clinton had been there in the past to study how the system worked. He also told us about the native Seminole Indians who, unlike most native Americans, did very well in business opening the Hard Rock hotel & casino in Tampa and in fact they also help other tribes to get education and improve their lives as they are now all quite wealthy, partly because all Indians do not pay taxes - they have cards which they show when buying anything so they pay ...