Homewood Suites by Hilton Fort Myers Airport / FGCU
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... hard to walk on the beach a couple times due to the shells that felt like broken glass under my feet. The mangroves made it feel like we were in Jurassic Park. I have learned that many places here in Florida are jungle like. In any case, the beach was beautiful and quite. Not the kind of beach I am used to, but it will do I suppose. After walking on the beach for a bit we drove around town looking at all of the big ...
... who did the chess game - he and his partner were doing a sculpture called " Dude" - included a VW van, people etc. can't wait to see the finished product! His people are amazing!!! Warm and sunny this afternoon - 25! Lots of people today. Rick and I both bought hats - we both had left ours back home in the cold. On the way home we quickly checked out a flea market - something to come back to on a rainy day ( open Friday, Saturday, Sunday). SUNDAY: ...
Thursday: Cycled this morning through some neighbourhoods on Sanibel for a couple of hours. Had lunch at home and then headed to Bowmen's beach for the afternoon. A lovely day - sunny and warm. Came home and finished preparing dinner ... Jim and Sue joined us for pot luck - quinoa salad, roasted veggie salad and steak/ chicken. Then we walked across to Dairy Queen for dessert. We arrived at about 9:10 and they ...
... would like to play. America's natural parks offer an endless array of activities. There are actually everything from volcanoes to white river rafting to a quiet stroll through the wilderness. When you are traveling by car, make sure to pack an initial-aid kit, flares, extra food, water and a flashlight. At least you will have the desired equipment to survive on in case your car occurs to break up in the remote location and it also needs time to work for help to come. ...
... or large as Edison's but still very nice. The banyon trees on the property were also outstanding. They were huge. The one in front of the museum is supposedly the largest in the continental US. My favorite spot on the property was a small building called the moonlight garden. Inside was a small office that Thomas worked in and outside was a lovely porch that Mina would ...