Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Myers-Estero
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Travel Blogs from Estero
... was pretty cool. My blue ribbon is hanging on the refrigerator--no cash prizes this time around.
Thomas is teaching his second art class today to our homeschool group. His first one was pretty successful. He walked 8 eager students through various drawing exercises. This time he is focusing on different forms of sculpting.
Being in southwest Florida is exciting because of all the ...
... walk on the beach. We also stopped at the Shell Museum and then took the Wildlife Drive through the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
Tonight we had a barbecue prepared by our staff. Hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, coleslaw and broccoli salad and chips, ice cream and cookies for dessert. Very nice evening. Tomorrow is travel day to Homestead.
Today we made it to Fort Myers to visit our friends Pat and Dar.
They have a lovely spot in Lehigh Acres and are having a well deserved two week break from the stresses of home.
They live in an absolutely gorgeous spot and we are grateful to have had the chance to visit. Their hospitality was second to none and we enjoyed every minute.
... can talk and excrete fluids.”
Millions of different animal species here and we are the only ones who make non-living replicas of ourselves. What could we infer about other world’s cultures if we knew they created “dolls?”
Animal varieties I consistently see in many of my travels: Butterflies, lizards and squirrels. These particular animals seem to ...
... exclusive. We stopped at the Visitors Center to inquire about RV resort opportunities, asked to use the restroom and was told they didn't have a public restroom (different huh?). Next we drove to the access street for the beach, managed to maneuver the motor home into a parking spot, put our quarters in the meter and were heading to the beach. We were abruptly but politely informed by a ...