Comfort Inn and Executive Suites
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Next stop was Myakka lakes for a one night stop, with an airboat tour of the lake - lots of gators! We fed on gator stew for lunch - tip - it tastes like chicken.
Heading southwards we stopped at an RV park in Naples for one night. This park is nearly deserted at this time of year, but come November the snowbirds come down from the north and open up their parked RVs. Basically it's a retirement village used ...
... and there was not a hotel in sight for 90 miles ending up in Naples on the Gulf of Mexico. It was dark by now so we were glad to find a motel! We did stop to buy a bottle of wine and then discovered it was a cork....and the cork screw is back at Cocoa Beach! ....so no wine tonight! We are looking forward to our free coffee and donuts in the ...
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"Spontaneous trip to Florida!", my mom announced. Excited and skeptical I asked for more information to ensure that we were going for sure. The second I found out the trip was confirmed I headed straight for my laptop, and my fingers began dancing across the keyboard in search for what to do while there, where to go, etc. One of the attractions that I wanted to take part in was the Air Boat Tours, it took some time but ...
"When you betray somebody else, you also betray yourself." -- Isaac Bashevis Singer
When someone gets elected to a public office they need to be ever mindful and respectful of the people that put them there. They should never, ever lose sight of that one critical fact. And if they heed that advice at all times it seems to me they've got the beginnings of a relationship that will over time be worth the effort. But I think one of the most disturbing trends ...