Fairfield Inn Fort Myers
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Travel Blogs from Fort Myers
... of Nancy's artwork and Dave's tools and projects. Nancy greeted us with a pasta lunch. wine and gin and tonics. Lazing about the pool allowed us to catch up on each other's adventures over the past several months.
That afternoon we headed out for a tour of the area. We did the drive by tours of housing developments, yacht harbors and scenic views. That evening ...
... the time to move a bit faster!
But even with the countdowns I still can't believe I only have two weeks left in America! I have somehow managed to get my life organized when I was sure it wasn't possible.
My house is 90% boxed up and ready to move next weekend! Surprisingly!
Once I am out of my place for good I will stay with my Dad and sister for some quality time. Then I have nine days of work left and see ya! ...
... the morning in Florida. We were treated to a pizza party. Then we were given our room assignments and told about room checks, lights out, and when to wake up and go downstairs for breakfast. Boy were we exhausted! All of the delegates tried to call home or make contact with home before they went to bed. Many delegates had to use Ms. Nita's phone because they used up their battery life on the phone. We were happy to get to our rooms and get to bed. By the way our rooms are very ...
Game Day! We hung by the pool in the morning and I read the Sunday paper. About 11 we headed to the park. It was a short drive from the hotel. The park was very nice. They have an outdoor area similar to Yawkey Way where there are food stands and a live band! We found our seats in the bleachers and watched the game. Lots of fun. The crowd was very enthusiastic but ...
... is that this is a good thing. People should have basic expectations about what they are entitled to as Americans as well as people living here in the US. Decent healthcare irregardless of personal wealth or lack thereof is the right thing to do. I feel there is way too much disparity between the "haves" and the "have nots." And I think it is wrong for the sick to be put in a position of losing their home, their savings and everything else they worked ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services