Hampton Inn Central Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Driving southbound on the turnpike from my parents house in Boynton Beach I always saw the same billboard right around mile marker 64 (Pompano Beach) advertising a murder mystery dinner train ride. So after driving past it dozens of times I finally jotted down their info (https://semgulf.com/) and after a few weeks finally got around to it and booked a getaway with Vera and my parents.
... serves breakfast and dinner in their small Bistro Restaurant, but not lunch and the front desk had suggested the Hilton for lunch. The Hilton's lunch was being served in their sports bar which suited me just fine as they had several large screens with college football games on. I ordered sliders and a diet coke and watched one of the games for awhile, before returning to my room. I freshened up from the ...
So I set off to walk to to the Hollywood sign. I made my way through lots of very snazzy houses with massive cars. It took me hours to get all the way up the hill. I reached the reservoir below the sign so I walked right around the reservoir which is big! I was feeling pretty pleased with myself until....I saw multiple signs ...
... burly frogs jumping across the path, bugs hitting me in the face, sprinklers that I can't see until I'm almost in them, cars (we ride mostly on the sidewalk of our quiet neighborhood streets) and the dark. None of these deter me! The bikes we ride have lights so it's much easier to see and be seen than without them. Although I do keep an eagle eye on Mecca (just because I'm her mom, not because she's not a skilled rider.)
Tonight I ...
... and fishing.
Tin City is a collection of waterfront shops but got its start as the hub of the fishing industry.
Seemed to us that the town was more for the wealthy who were into shopping. 5th Avenue South is about five miles of chic boutiques. It is gorgeous with the tropical landscaping and truly reminded us of Europe, but shopping is just not our thing.
While we loved the visit, we were happy to get back to Englewood!