Hilton Garden Inn Fort Myers Airport / FGCU
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... dining tradition. The show was entertaining; the actors were very good. A comical mystery unraveled before our eyes. We had to decide who the killer was and why he/she would commit that crime. You have to write down all the clues you discover as you will need these at the end of the show. Everyone is provided a clue sheet. One prize is awarded per dining car to the one guest that can figure ...
... travelers in Mexico become unwell because of the change of foods they are eating and not necessarily because of sanitation. He stressed that all of the hotels we were staying in had purified water. Hmmmm....I've traveled multiple times in other parts of Mexico and know the drill on what to avoid, but more on that later.
We were advised to leave our luggage inside our room at 6:30 a.m. for pick-up and ...
... Colorado plates - checked for a stash but found none) and headed down the road to Fort Myers with the able assistance of Charmin' Carmen Garmin. After an uneventful trip we arrived at Marc & Lise's beautifully renovated home at about 8:30 PM. We finally turned in after spending several hours catching each other up on our lives.
All things considered not a bad start to our Florida Adventure.
... Knowledge of the future is undoubtedly important.
In the movie "Gattaca" (GTCA are the 4 letters that designate the 4 human DNA markers) ideas about genetic engineering are explored in great details. But another interesting angle that hasn't really been explored maybe correctly is how does all of this come about.
There are undoubtedly people among us with "the right stuff." Born winners. Unique snowflakes. They are exceedingly rare. ...
... world’s coolest job goes to physicist. If I had been blessed with the gifts to do that kind of work and could go back in time and start over I think this would be really rewarding work. What could be more exciting than smashing atoms in the LHC (Large Haldron Collider) where new materials that hold the secrets to the universe might be found? But maybe they will need some kind of permission to finally discover the materials they need to find. Outside permission? Maybe ...