BEST WESTERN Bonita Springs Hotel & Suites

Address: 27991 Oakland Drive, Bonita Springs, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34135-6232, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 27991 Oakland Drive, Bonita Springs, is near Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Everglades Wonder Gardens, LaPlaya Golf Course, and King Richard's Family Fun Park.
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      Travel Day from Citra to Bonita Springs, FL

      A travel blog entry by tlgraetz on Feb 08, 2015

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      We departed Grand Lake RV and Golf Resort near Citra this morning at 9 a.m. We spent yesterday and two nights in that park and is my favorite thus far. The majority RV'rs of the park are winter full time residents and our location was on the fairway of the 9th hole of this small 9 hole course. Arriving late Friday afternoon, we enjoyed walking the paved roads for ...

      Please Don't Throw Us In The Briar Patch !

      A travel blog entry by ahoymaggie on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... statement about WWII combat from a tanker's perspective (no thanks). Today we're just hanging out while waiting for the Super Bowl fiasco and hopeful some interesting and/or humorous commercials. Maggie is napping and I'm alone with the computer, a potentially dangerous situation ---LOL. This past week we've been contacted by my sailing friend, Mike Ritenour, who would like us to crew with him aboard his CD-33,<i> La ...

      Kayaking and Campfires

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Dec 12, 2014

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      ... for kayaking. We could paddle across the bay into the 10,000 islands and hopefully see some manatees and dolphins, or we could kayak into the rivers through the mangrove trees and hopefully spot some more gators. We liked the idea of river kayaking more than open water kayaking so into the rivers we went. We applied all the bug spray and sunscreen, got settled, and started paddling. Paddling against the tides was a little challenging but once we got into the actual ...

      Missing text from 'Back in North America Again

      A travel blog entry by davidastevenson on Dec 15, 2013

      ... 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 ...

      Watch out for skeeters, chiggers and 'gators…

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Dec 06, 2013

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      ... we took the opportunity to explore the area. A boardwalk took us through the swamp and showed us some of the sights. At a clearing where the water comes up to the land, we found the place from where to hire a two man canoe. In the lagoon in this little spot, fish were jumping, manatees were frolicking and a lone 'gator was watching everything else. Tomorrow, we are going to hire a canoe for $26 and spend the day expiring the waterways. Hopefully, we will ...