Fairfield Inn By Marriott - Fort Myers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The day started off again with a lot of sunshine. We're slowly reaching vacation mode. It's getting more difficult to get up in the morning. We quickly agreed upon a beach day. We enjoyed Lovers Key two years ago, so we decided to head for that beach again. Little did we know that road construction was going on on Ft. Myers Beach. It is interesting to compare the differences of how people drive and what jobs people have during a road construction. Whereas we in Europe ...
... was because of Happy Hour and the live band. We ate onside listening to the music (which Eric didn't like). We had good portions and drank Yuengling beer. After dinner we headed for Pine Island to see what the island has to offer. Beautiful houses by the sea and ...
... morning - again, very pleasant. On our return, we had another look at the weather. We could either go immediately, with winds forecast as up to 22k but mostly under 20, or stay at least another week. We decided to leave immediately. This turned out to be a very uncomfortable decision.
We said goodbye to Shirley and headed off. The first few hours were quite nice. We were visited by a female Hooded ...
... com Mid-Major Top 25 Poll and could play as many as six teams which are ranked or receiving votes. 2) The Eagles have won their last four home openers, dating back to a 67-59 loss versus Bethune-Cookman on Dec. 1, 2009. 3) Bernard Thompson was named to the Lou Henson Player of the Year Watch List, awarded annually to the nation's top mid-major player. 4) Jamail Jones posted nine of his 15 double-figure scoring games in the final 10 contests of the year, including all three of ...
... beach might be in jeopardy since it was raining pretty heavily. But when we checked radar it was clear that our destination, while only a few miles away, had seen zero rain. This is how things go in Florida. So we crossed the Causeway onto Sanibel Island where it was sunny. The island is full of small businesses, tiny neighborhoods, and a huge national wildlife refuge, which I've yet to visit. Past here is a public beach. We've been here before ...