Crestwood Suites Of Fort Myers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... called the Sippy Hole. Go figure! Perhaps these millionaires prefer Swamp Buggies to Polo?
We celebrate New Year's Eve by inviting Larry and Darcy over to see our “rig” for the first time and enjoy lunch and afternoon conversation. We wrap up the day with a visit to their rig and a wonderful supper.
Our first outing for the new year was a visit with Larry and Darcy on New Year’s Day. After two months of living at ...
Our son, daughter and son-in-law were able to join us in southwestern Florida on the island of Matlacha (pronounced Mat-luhshay) for the week of Christmas. We put the RV into a storage lot on Pine Island and rented a unique cottage on the island of Matlacha called "The Rhinestone Fisherman". This place is a hoot! We think you will really enjoy the pictures of the unusual ...
... FGCU became the first school in NCAA history to reach the Sweet Sixteen as a No. 15 seed in 2013 when the Eagles defeated No. 2 Georgetown and No. 7 San Diego State en route to captivating the nation and earning the #DunkCity moniker. The Green and Blue lost to No. 3 Florida in the next round. 0-1: NIT FGCU won the program's first A-Sun regular-season championship in 2014 courtesy of a 14-4 league mark. The Eagles received a No. 8 seed in the NIT and traveled to No. 1 Florida ...
... very expensive camera in a matter of seconds at the Juliaca airport. Our tour guide cautioned us about pickpockets at some of the crowded markets and city areas, so keep that in mind. That said, our group of 28 had no pick pocketing mishaps, but the camera was stolen one day before the end of our tour, so all those marvelous photographs and memories vanished.
Lima is a huge city (9 million people) and as ...