BEST WESTERN Bonita Springs Hotel & Suites
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... Hopefully use up enough mouthwash and peanut butter before we get on a plane to Malta. I can't live up to Lynn's blog standard. I don't promise pix of every meal we consume. However, I will do my best to showcase the wine!!! And David, of course. No not my husband, the marble statue in Florence!!!
Buona notte. Vicki and Dave
It was another character building day! There is an old saying; "The worst day on a motorcycle is better than the best day at work". I keep repeating it to myself like a mantra, and I might even believe it!
In the past, unless I had a specific destination in mind, I would go to the Great Basin National Monument area (Nevada, Colorado, Arizona) and just hang out. I see now the advantages of going to the desert.
... 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. ...
... cellular society when you don't have a cellphone! No staff available and the emergency number unable to help me - call a locksmith! Several international calls later (sorry Ky) and we may have found a spare key. At which point a very upset maintenance supervisor arrives in his golf cart wanting to know what I am doing in a secured and locked building. OMG, this is Florida, and a carry State. Fortunately Juan, the supervisor, is not ...
... its juice. Just to be safe we bought some bug spray that had the highest deet content possible. As I write this on the iPad, it is just about working and I am slightly less bothered by mossies, that I would be without it! The way here was via a detour to Marco island - basically a small island inhabited by the rich folk. All mahoosive tower blocks that looked very swanky and wide tree lined avenues. With parking for the beach being charged at $10 we ...