Hampton Inn Bonita Springs / Naples North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Woke up Friday morning to cloud. With the air con on it felt like a cold grey day in the UK. However when I stepped outside at 6am it was still 30 degrees!! Within an hour the cloud had gone and the sun came up, to amazing views of the keys from our bedroom balcony. This was one of the days we had all been looking forward to the most. At 10am we were booked in to have a swim with Dolphins! The jet lag gave us all a really good sleep so we were up late. Running round ...
We got to Naples about 3pm. We both took a nap. Afterward jp headed out at about 5pm to clean the trailer. It was really hot and humid out there so I felt really guilty hanging out in the air conditioned tractor. I did clean up the cab, washed my hair, ...
Saturday was another Beach-Day, first we spent some time at the Bonita Springs public beach and after that we went to Fort Myers Beach stayed a while at the beach and then we went for lunch at Doc Ford's. Later the wheater was changing and it began to rain, so we decided to go back to the hotel and went shopping at Coconut Point ...
... are focused on how high they can load their plates it can take the pleasure out of food. When a dress code is ignored for T-shirts and jeans a dining room loses a lot of ambiance. Already looking at Circle Pacific fares again. Now available in many formats, and with reasonable business class upgrades. Mary Ann is rolling her eyes already. Stay tuned. On a final note. A thank you to Sue and Dan, who made out Trans Atlantic odyssey so ...
... delicious bacony scrambled eggs and tea (of course). We made a plan to get a few key essentials we were missing and found ourselves being watched by 4 beady eyes...a raccoon and her cub! Cheeky things eventually went away but not before going twice round the tent, up and over the picnic table and them into someone else's pitch to check for left over morsels and scraps. The squirrels here are also very 'friendly', choosing to play attack death kill with ...