Flamingo Fairways

Address: 8135 Celeste Drive, Naples, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34113, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the South Naples area of Naples, is near Barefoot Beach, Southwest Florida EcoTours, Hibiscus Golf Club, and Swamp Buggy Races.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Extended Chilling

A travel blog entry by capecodvideo on Mar 25, 2015

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... the first day and home from North Carolina to Cape Cod on day two. Naples Florida is a long drive.
We found snow still on the ground at home and a burst water heater with a good deal of water in the basement. It's back to work and the everyday concerns of day to day ...

Collier Seminole State Park

A travel blog entry by capecodvideo on Mar 24, 2015

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... in Florida present a wonderful variety of palm trees and tropical plants but we're in agreement, a walk in the woods in the Northeast is more comfortable and interesting.
We almost saw our first manatee as the park ranger came over to us and pointed out a manatee but of course it was no where to be seen by the time we got ...

Florida!

A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Dec 01, 2014

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... houses that were pretty much all along the coast line. Many of them had the beach as part of their backyard. Just thinking about the costs of those homes makes me dizzy. After looking at all the nice things that I could never have, we then proceeded to another beach that was bigger and more popular. We set up our towels and chairs and soaked in some good old Vitamin D. I think I can feel that I am already a ...

Gators Everywhere

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Mar 13, 2014

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... estimated to be 1.25 million Gators in Florida (including golf course residents).

With those big numbers the chances of seeing one had to be good. And because DH (where the D does stand for Dangerous Diva) wanted to get as close as possible, we booked a day of kayaking through a number of mangroves and were hoping that the gators would do their part. Given that we were going to be floating in relatively flimsy plastic containers, our guide ...

Who's On First

A travel blog entry by robthurston on Nov 12, 2013

... us what we are.

At the root of some of this is the fact that Americans don’t travel. Something like 75% of Americans don’t have passports. American people don’t want to understand other people around the world. Americans increasingly don’t even want to understand each other. And it seems like Americans will travel less in the near future.

All this speaks to the idea that you can’t try to control people you ...