Fairfield Inn & Suites Naples
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... viewing facility.
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 ...
We got lucky with the weather... It was supposed to rain a lot but so far, it has been pretty nice. We stayed in St. Petersburg for a night and are enjoying some beach/pool time in Naples.
It's pretty hot and humid here and we decided to rent a cabin for a few nights... sleeping in the tent is not really a treat :)
As long as we're going to be here for a month and spending lots of time at the beach watching sunsets we decided to get a town beach sticker. Now we can go to any of the crazy number of beaches and not worry about paying each time we go and wondering how much time we have left on the meter.
A visit to Naples pier is a ...
... was craving BBQ. We ate a small breakfast and drove back into Naples to a local park to gat in a good workout in the park. We even went for a run which neither of us are very big on but it was a beautiful day and we knew we needed to make up for the BBQ we were about to eat. After our workout we drove to Tonys Texas BBQ Shack to enjoy the game and the food. We started off with Chili nachos which were absolutely amazing. After our appetizer we were full but we knew today was ...
... Cuban food. There is no shortage of good food.
Everglades City and the location of the Gulf Visitors Center for Everglades National Park is a magnet for adventurers who want to take a kayak or canoe into the Everglades and Ten Thousand Island area. Camping permits are granted and guided tours can be arranged. Sounds like fun but ...