Inn at Pelican Bay

Address: 800 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34108, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pelican Bay area of Naples, is near Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Naples Museum of Art, Philharmonic Center for the Arts, and Tiburon Golf Club.
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      It's time to Rock & Roll with Grandma & Grandpa

      A travel blog entry by a3dennert on Mar 26, 2015

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      ... N' Roll legends included Gene Chandler who recorded “Duke Of Earl,” “Groovy Situation,” and “Nothing Can Stop Me Now”. “Duke Of Earl” was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame. The Capris, with original member Frank Reina, sang “Morse Code Of Love,” and “There’s A Moon Out Tonight”. Diamond Dave Somerville, ...

      Extended Chilling

      A travel blog entry by capecodvideo on Mar 25, 2015

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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 ...


      A travel blog entry by capecodvideo on Mar 23, 2015

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      Back to Fort Myers for another Red Sox game. This time against the St. Louis Cardinals. As many or more Cardinal fans at this game than Red Sox fans. The section we sat in was more Cardinal than Sox.
      Middle of the 5th inning and the rains came. Absolute downpour. After an hour delay the game was called. Net result, we saw one Red Sox hit (Pablo Sandoval) and a couple of errors. Disappointing afternoon but still lots of fun at Jet Blue ...

      Sanibel and Captiva Islands

      A travel blog entry by bobjanescott on Feb 28, 2015

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      ... and particularly the shells on the beaches. It is a quiet island with a speed limit of 35mph and cyclists and pedestrians always have priority.

      We parked up at one of the beaches which was beautifully sandy. The sea was quite cold to swim in though. As expected the amount and variety of shells on the beach was most impressive. Jane did spot a less than friendly jellyfish though which puts you off going into the water.

      After a most ...

      Prolific Palindromes

      A travel blog entry by robthurston on Nov 16, 2014

      ... camera on it and gets lost. He is wandering across a densely wooded area and not visible from the air. Through some malfunction and audience suspension of disbelief, the image of its travels is transmitted, but a GPS fix for its real time location can’t be accessed. People can see the dog struggle and are looking for it. Without a GPS could the dog still be located in 2014?

      If we accept the premise that reward in the afterlife is based on an individual’s collection ...