Baymont Inn & Suites Fort Myers Airport
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... scene from Benny Hill we got all togged up in our swimmers and headed down for breakfast. Then with full tummies we went down to the Dolphin area. The staff were brilliant and gave us an introduction sat on a deck overlooking the four Dolphins who were playing in the water a few yards away. They were scooping up water in their mouths and tossing it in the air then catching it. We were all given wet suit jackets then walked down to the platforms to meet the Dolphins. ...
... my legs. Jp was getting grumpy out there and after he drank two gallons of water we were completely out. So...I walked over to a nearby lowes and got him some coke, water and snacks. He felt much better after a little break. He worked until 9:30. ...
Saturday was another Beach-Day, first we spent some time at the Bonita Springs public beach and after that we went to Fort Myers Beach stayed a while at the beach and then we went for lunch at Doc Ford's. Later the wheater was changing and it began to rain, so we decided to go back to the hotel and went shopping at Coconut Point ...
Waiters will convert restaurant checks to dollars upon request -- we never had anyone refuse. We kept a converter app on our tablet so we knew approximately how much it should be. At the time of our travel in April of 2014, one dollar would buy 2.78 soles.
Be aware in some of the rural areas it will cost you one sol to use the bathroom facilities, and you pay before you go. Sometimes when you pay, ...
...and now my tale is done and time for reflections....But first I'll add one more photo here . While I was exploring Smoky Mountain National Park of the Appalachian Mountains 'old worn down mountains' as I was taught in grammar school to characterize them, my brother Chuck and his family were enjoying their gathering in Yosemite ('new rugged mountain ranges") pictured here with Half Dome in the background. The National Park ...