Hampton Inn Ft. Myers - Airport I-75
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... company run by native Indians and had an amazing air boat trip across the swamps. Our guide found plenty of alligators hidden in the undergrowth. Another amazing experience. We hit the road again and did the 130 odd miles to Naples, a very upmarket beach town. We checked in to the hotel, changed and went down to the bar and sat watching the most incredible sun set over a white sandy beach. Beer,, wine, sunset and live music.... a wonderful end to a truly amazing ...
... my legs. Jp was getting grumpy out there and after he drank two gallons of water we were completely out. So...I walked over to a nearby lowes and got him some coke, water and snacks. He felt much better after a little break. He worked until 9:30. ...
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 ...
... the street and faces the river. It was very beautiful. The gardens and landscape were outstanding. The home had many openings where you could get a good look at the inside, but you cannot walk through the house. Not a problem because you can see the room for a lot of different angles by walking around the house. There is also a guest house. Next door is the Ford home. Not ...
... is that this is a good thing. People should have basic expectations about what they are entitled to as Americans as well as people living here in the US. Decent healthcare irregardless of personal wealth or lack thereof is the right thing to do. I feel there is way too much disparity between the "haves" and the "have nots." And I think it is wrong for the sick to be put in a position of losing their home, their savings and everything else they worked ...