Fairways Inn Of Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
The day started off nice and sunny, time to work on a tan. Which we did, so it's a short tale to tell today. What we did do is had dinner at a restaurant that was recommended by a friend: Micellis in Matlacha. When we arrived the place was packed. We later found out ...
We had heard that Venetian Village was a great place to visit in Naples. Here the super rich come to wander the shops, be seen in their Tommy Bahama outfits and then retire to their waterfront condos. Amazing wealth, just staggering. Not like anything on Cape Cod.
Later in the day went to Clam Pass Park. A fantastic mile long board walk through mangroves leads to a super small and crowed beach. Not a place we would go to spend the day at the ...
... in that store for years just picking everything up and playing with it. I was tempted to buy an ornament but resisted as it was a pretty expensive store. A local told us there was going to be a boat parade that evening so as the sun set we walked toward the docks and joined all the people waiting to see the boats covered in Christmas lights. It was a fun mix of huge dinner boats, private yachts, and little fishing boats all decorated by their owners. It was a little ...
"Most quarrels amplify a misunderstanding." -- Andre Gide
I have lived in the United States many years since birth, but also have spent about two and a half years living abroad. I watch people, sometimes reporters comment on the outside world and the things that are going on there as they perceive them and I'm reminded how little the people of the world really know of each other. People speak about places they have never been with the ring of authority and so ...