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... a hotel to stay at I was shocked that everything was going for $250 or higher. Oh yeah, it's spring break week - oops. Anyway, I finally found a cheaper alternative at a place called Rock Lake Resort (http://www.rocklakeresort.com/). It is an older family-type run property but the grounds were well kept and the rooms although small were clean and comfortable for an overnight ...
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 ...
... my Dad, who thought it would be a great idea to watch the movie Taken when I announced I would be doing this trip -_- ). It didn't sit well with me either at first, but it gives us the most freedom. Honestly this trip is like running away from our normal life commitments... why would we add some more commitments while we are away?
Now if you want to see Dan's point of view on "the plan" you will have to check his blog ...
... for brunch in the posh part of Naples. Bill and Joan, like Barbara have retired to Naples, FL.
'Jane's' is run by an english couple and serve a really good english breakfast. I felt it was expected of me to have the full British - so I really had no choice. Not a waffle in sight - still plenty of time though! We told our hosts all about our forthcoming trip and they told us about their travels around the world. It seemed quite odd ...
... the world. Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.
Words/Slang I like "Mouthbreather"
Beach renourishment here in Florida is a losing proposition. Let the ocean reclaim the land. It is going to happen whether we like it or not. We spend millions putting more sand on beaches. It is probably one of the biggest areas taxpayer ripoffs occur. Invest that money in people who live practically and within their means.