Hampton Inn Ft. Myers - Airport I-75
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We departed Grand Lake RV and Golf Resort near Citra this morning at 9 a.m. We spent yesterday and two nights in that park and is my favorite thus far. The majority RV'rs of the park are winter full time residents and our location was on the fairway of the 9th hole of this small 9 hole course. Arriving late Friday afternoon, we enjoyed walking the paved roads for ...
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... amp; shining like new. - how some folks love their cars!! (Am I right Roger & Farrell?). The combination of restaurants, shops, cars & golden oldies music playing had a small town feeling, a nice change from the big, wide open sprawling roads & malls near where we are camped!!
We liked Naples & Fort Myers & can see why snow birds flok here for the winter. (for UK readers snow ...
... well against the Rays but it was a fun day nonetheless being around other sox fans. Marty struck up a conversation with a guy from Plymouth that paid 60.00 for the same seats as us! Scalpers! During the 8th inning when lots of fans were leaving we found some seats behind home plate and watched the rest of the game there. Nice! "Sweet Caroline" came on and we felt like we were ...
... delight) and were efficiently driven the several miles to the designated trysting place the fireflies had decided upon. Disembarking, we were issued squares of red cellophane and a rubber band to cover our flashlights and cameras so as to not startle the love-besotten bugs. Gathering all our stuff we trekked through mudded pathways, passing earlier arrivers already seated in those neat lightweight ...