Hilton Garden Inn Fort Myers Airport / FGCU
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... Hopefully use up enough mouthwash and peanut butter before we get on a plane to Malta. I can't live up to Lynn's blog standard. I don't promise pix of every meal we consume. However, I will do my best to showcase the wine!!! And David, of course. No not my husband, the marble statue in Florence!!!
Buona notte. Vicki and Dave
... watched some weather channel prior to leaving so I knew what the day had in store, the first hour still in Georgia was sunny and nice but dark clouds were looming on the horizon, literally. We were on HWY 19 SB, and the rain started, lightly, just past Perry as we left the mainland and went out onto the pan handle.
The systems were in bands so the rain was never really heavy, and it was intermittent. Once again, ...
Woke up Friday morning to cloud. With the air con on it felt like a cold grey day in the UK. However when I stepped outside at 6am it was still 30 degrees!! Within an hour the cloud had gone and the sun came up, to amazing views of the keys from our bedroom balcony. This was one of the days we had all been looking forward to the most. At 10am we were booked in to have a swim with Dolphins! The jet lag gave us all a really good sleep so we were up late. Running round ...
... to show Sam one of the best beaches in the country. The lot was crowded, but we came late enough to find a couple spots. The walk to the sand is long. You cross a bridge over a lagoon and feed mosquitoes the whole way, but once your toes hit that sand... The sand is white and extremely soft. The water was warm and calm and very clear. I could see my feet in water up to my chest, which is pretty rare in ocean water. I hoped the water would ...
... for talent down the road. But doing it this way is a gamble still. You may not understand that the middle-schooler you are recruiting, for one reason or another, will never turn into the gold mine that sponsor is looking for.
But what if you could grab Peyton Manning’s drink cup he left on the table after he finished up eating something in the local mall? Seems likely in a sperm pool of 1 million possibles in the Manning DNA, that ...