Hidden Harbor Suites

75 Mound Road, Fort Myers Beach, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 33931, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 75 Mound Road, Fort Myers Beach, is near Lovers Key State Park, Good Time Charters and Tours, Dog Beach, and Great Calusa Blueway.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Myers Beach

    We're packed and ready to go

    A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Sep 05, 2014

    2 comments

    We're anxious to be on our way. Susie and Jerry Fry are driving us to the airport in the morning. Arrive (by way of Detroit) in Rome Sunday morning around 9:00 am. Thought we had the bags packed under weight to meet Air Malta's strict max size, etc. . Packed and repacked. We're cheating a little now because Delta's weight allowance is ...

    Key West 2014 Day 10, Camilla, GA > Ft. Myer, FL

    A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Aug 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Each stop was at least 4 frustrating minutes.

    I put up with it for about 2 hours, in which time I traveled 55 km (usually do at least 200 km in the same time span). A map check was required! I ended up doubling back about 15 miles and then hit a bunch of Toll Highways that ring-roaded Tampa Bay. The first toll booth I stopped at I realized how wet I was, trying to pull .50 cents out of my water swollen and puffy ...

    The Keys to Naples

    A travel blog entry by okeeffe on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... in and straight away our guide called over one of the Dolphins and he was right there in front of us. We got to hold them, tickle and rub them, and then swim out and hold their fins. We all fed them fish as we stood there in the water mesmerised by their beauty and smiley faces. They did tricks for us and splashed us and at the end we got to hold them again and said our goodbyes. It was all well worth the four years wait just to see the kids faces and ...

    Dendrites Ignite

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on Jul 25, 2013

    ... settlements. The Homestead Act came along later in 1860 to give European individuals large swaths of confiscated land. Could the advance of overreaching surveillance and technology slowly remove non-government, non-big business types/individuals from the fold much in a way that Indians were slowly removed in the 19th Century? Would some unlucky people be relocated from the nicer places they once lived to the Badlands? This relocation might coincide ...

    Ruminations

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on Feb 18, 2013

    This stuff just pours out of my head.

    Could one countries robots be hacked into from abroad?

    Is it possible we here in Florida, or any coastal place around the world might go to bed one night and wake up with extended flooding a mile inland and 3 or 4 feet deep. Maybe 2 or 3 miles inland? But no storm took place. No earthquake or tsunami happened. A development where overnight, ...