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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">He planted trees & plants from around the world including citrus trees of grapefruit, lemons, limes & numerous varieties of oranges. He also planted this Mysore Fig Tree with the wonderful above ground roots & FicusTrees to research a source of domestic rubber.
... 8221; rental units. In fact, this park is mostly “seasonal” units which means a permanent “park model” or an RV that is clearly not going anywhere without a lot of work. This is a small, tight-knit community which offers a lot to do for its many full-time residents.
Naples has been named “The #1 Small Art Town in America” in the book “The 100 Best Art Towns in America”. There are approximately ...
... million dollar homes. There are also lots of gated communities with fancy dancy entrances - think mini Vegas! We had a very pleasant stroll around the shops & wondered how all the restaurants could ever make it. Well after watching sunset at the beach we drove back along 5th Avenue to marvel at all the full restaurants that were empty only 2 hours before.
... crab Shack and cocktails too, the men had beers. After there we headed to Historic Naples where we visited the oldest cottage in Naples then went to Naples Dock where we saw some beautiful yachts for sale and browsed the quaint shops there. Have spent a lovely day at new places today so has been good. Back at the villa for drinks, music and a laugh. 5th October Today is my mum and dads 51st Wedding Anniversary, they got a card from me and Albert and one from Carole and ...
... within minutes from our house. There are mangroves, beaches, forests, and the Everglades. And our homeschool group gets great discounts to many of the local attractions. We are going to the zoo and Legoland with them.
The remodel is going well. Thomas is waiting on the kitchen cabinets to arrive so he can install them and has started on the guest bathroom. So for now, we are living in Naples!