Fairways Inn Of Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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.
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... and sing with it using our own modulation choices. Where your crackly voice hits the high notes with his sound.
Just like “Vice City” on Playstation we should have a new video game called “Ferguson.” There’s never been anything quite like it. I could see the ad for it now. “Ferguson… It’s not a game, but it is.“ I think it could be a big seller.
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... they transfer our booking across although it's more expensive - naturally. Get changed and hit the town, it's really fancy not like the other places we've seen in Florida, expensive shops and loads of restaurants in the main drag, everywhere lit up like Xmas. Pretty soon we realise though that everybody there is old (& probably rich) even the shops seem to only have clothes for 'the older woman' plus lots of jewellery shops too. We decide to eat in a ...