Holiday Inn Express & Suites Naples
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the first day and home from North Carolina to Cape Cod on day two. Naples Florida is a long drive.
We found snow still on the ground at home and a burst water heater with a good deal of water in the basement. It's back to work and the everyday concerns of day to day ...
... in Florida present a wonderful variety of palm trees and tropical plants but we're in agreement, a walk in the woods in the Northeast is more comfortable and interesting.
We almost saw our first manatee as the park ranger came over to us and pointed out a manatee but of course it was no where to be seen by the time we got ...
... It is 2:46 and we are still waiting to get into our house ....after a few pass bys we saw the cleaner outside ..soon I hope Got our place around 3;15 ...It was clean enough on the surface but I decided to clean all the glasses and dishes before we used them ... And it took us a long time to unpack ...I think I brought way way touch stuff ...I know shocking ... Went to Publix the local grocery store where started to fade ...it will be an early ...
... have been doing a fantastic job at welcoming us to Florida.
Yesterday we all drove down to a part of the beach to have a look at the Gulf Coast. Ible had seen it before, but I never had. The sun was shining, the water was a lighter blue than what I am used to on the West Coast and the water was a bit warmer. The sand was white too! I never have seen that before. Shells were every where on the beach too. It was ...
... L of raw sewage a day and 10,000 tons of jet engine pollutants a year into the everglades (after an outcry, the idea was killed). Yikes!!
The critters including bottle-nosed dolphins, bald eagles, and manatees, haven't fared much better. In 1886, 5 million birds were estimated to be killed for their feathers that were used in the hatmaking business of the day. Hunting animals also went ...