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Travel Blogs from Fort Myers Beach
... of Nancy's artwork and Dave's tools and projects. Nancy greeted us with a pasta lunch. wine and gin and tonics. Lazing about the pool allowed us to catch up on each other's adventures over the past several months.
That afternoon we headed out for a tour of the area. We did the drive by tours of housing developments, yacht harbors and scenic views. That evening ...
... like 50 days since I've physically seen Dan. 8-|
Thank god for FaceTime and iMessage. But still. Technology can only go so far... I'm overrrrrr it. Long distance relationships suckkkk.
Especially when he's doing all this interesting stuff and I'm stuck behind a computer five days out of the week. This is where Dan says: "soon honey. Soon".
15 days until I leave. I CAN DO ...
... flight. We passed the time reading, playing our electronics, and playing games. Some of us even slept! When we arrived in Anchorage our Delegation Manager (DM) met us at the airport. Luggage was claimed and we boarded our coach bus. This bus is the most luxurious bus I have been on. It is almost brand new, the floors are wood replica, and we have electric outlets to charge electronics at every seat! We are in heaven! We arrived at our hotel at 8:30 at night, which is ...
... br> area. We actually walked back to the
hotel on the road and that was a lot faster than the sand. I think it was about 20 minutes on the road
and 40 on the sand because we were strolling and looking at stuff.
We stayed at DiamondHead Resort and Spa which was really
nice. Large rooms, suite style with a
HUGE balcony. The balcony did have a
screen which seems to be a theme of hotels in this area likely ...
... was negotiating my back-pack around the 8 million people on board. It resembled those buses you see in Pakistan with people sitting on the roof and hanging out of the windows. I made it to the Orlando downtown bus terminal successfully. RESULT ! Next, I had to catch a bus to the Amtrak station which departed half an hour later. The easy part was getting on the bus. The hard part is actually knowing which stop to get off at. But alas, it wasn't hard at all. It was a piece ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility