Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Myers - Colonial Blvd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a pavillion. Bochie Ball courts, horseshoe pits, a library, a kitchen, shuffelboard courts, a sunning deck and lots of green grass to enjoy. Oh yea, it is on an island, surrounded by water. Everywhere you go there is a river or a tributary and signs all over "No Swimming' and either right above or below those signs "BEWARE OF ALLIGATORS". I have yet to see one, but one day I will go lookin fer ...
While on the plane, I was tracking both our flights. I noticed that Krista's flight turned around and landed in New Orleans. I assumed for a medical emergency, but apparently it was for mechanical reasons.
So, it was off to dinner with the in-laws by myself. Then I'll head back to the airport later tonight for her.
... GROWING UP QUICKLY Despite only becoming Division-I postseason eligible in the 2011-12 season, FGCU has already claimed an impressive nine wins in the postseason. 7-2: Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament FGCU is the only school in Division-I history to reach the championship game of its conference tournament in each of its first three seasons of eligibility. The Eagles went 2-1 in 2012 (lost to Belmont), 3-0 in 2013 (defeated Mercer) and 2-1 in 2014 (lost to Mercer). 2-1: ...
... to all the agony around me. I also filled a bedpan with spit. Fun stuff. My strep test came back positive. Since I couldn't swallow they gave me penicillin via two shots... In the butt. Two nurses took me into a room and, 1, 2, 3... Stabbed me at once. I felt much better and a few hours later back at the condo I ate the Robert Is Here strawberries with little pain. It was so good. I also had some tea. I was lucky that Jeff let us stay at the condo to rest ...
... at the moment, the ship will stop at Walvis Bay, Namibia before continuing on to Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. After a few days inland travel to Zambia, the car will hopefully clear customs in Lusaka. Thereafter, it will be re-registered and be issued with new plates! All in all a pretty full-on week, but things are starting to take shape! After I return from Florida at the end of July, I'll only have one week to finalise things before jetting off to ...