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Downtown Naples loves to keep the snowbirds entertained. For a small city there's lots to do. This time we ventured to 5th Avenue to enjoy an exotic car show. According to one owner, Ferraris come in 77 different shades of red. Who knew? All I can say is boys and their toys. I only saw 2 female drivers in the whole bunch!
Thomas pointed out his dream car--a 70's Dino Ferrari. Pretty nice. I could ...
... and fishing.
Tin City is a collection of waterfront shops but got its start as the hub of the fishing industry.
Seemed to us that the town was more for the wealthy who were into shopping. 5th Avenue South is about five miles of chic boutiques. It is gorgeous with the tropical landscaping and truly reminded us of Europe, but shopping is just not our thing.
While we loved the visit, we were happy to get back to Englewood!
... of making miniature versions of itself to play with rather than spending the time with the actual living relatives themselves."
”Right. Well, every once in a while they all get together for this peculiar activity, but generally speaking you are correct.”
“And the miniatures are not alive?”
“Right, but sometimes they have some features that make them look alive. Like, for ...
... improve over time as Gore invests earlier in educational opportunities that include the building of and backing for American style schools throughout the Middle East with their cooperation as peaceful partners.
Between 2000 and 2008 instead of the build-up in the Persian Gulf, Gore invests heavily in infrastructure that develops resources that wean us off of Middle Eastern oil. He invests heavily in continuing the work of the ...
In our Bizarro US world today though one way mail sent to me only says, "Do Not Reply."
But for now... In a time when travel is expensive we may not have the money to seek out enlightenment and knowledge of others through travel. But I still think it is exceedingly important that we try. Sadly, I am in the minority on that score.