La Quinta Inn & Suites Ft. Myers - Sanibel Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We like to drive & check out the residential neighbourhoods& found it very much like The Keys With housing built on a network of canals. In this area houses keep their boats up out of the water on a boat lift! I also noticed the screened verandas & decks - no doubt it gets very buggy ...
... which inspired the name of this travel blog entry.
Matlacha (Indian name meaning "water to the chin") is tethered to the mainland by the "fishingest bridge in the U.S.A." over Matlacha Pass. Kayakers come here to paddle placid backwaters through miles of mangroves on the Calusa Blueway. However, you can also spend time on dry land, checking out the ...
... are notorious for cramped quarters. There is a possibility you can develop deep vein thrombosis, which can cause blood clotting within your legs, when you stay cramped with your seat for the time. Once every hour take some time just to walk around and stretch your legs at least. Be aware of unlisted space during cruise travel. For security reasons, the ship's brochure can't explain to you where stairwells or some other common areas are located. It will probably mean ...
Today we went to the Aligator/Everglades farm on the way to Fort Myer. It was alot better then I expected. There were 1000's of alligators and crocs. The boat went a lot faster then I expected and we drowned! It's cool to see how it's skims over the Everglades. We then kept driving to Fort Myers for our overnight stay on the way to Orlando. We went ...
... on and look at the garden and river. What a great idea! The museum across the street was full of inventions, pictures and artifiacts from the family estate. Lots of interesting things. He was quite the guy. The Ford section is not as big as the Edison side. A few cars were on the property but that is about it.
When we left the estates we decided to head to the Gulf ...