La Quinta Inn & Suites Naples Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Saturday was spent relaxing by the pool, walking and hitting the driving range. What a relaxing day! This morning we were on the road by 9 a.m. and headed 4 hours south to Fort Myers. We had a great visit with Terry and Mary DeWyre who are staying the winter down here. After a two hour visit of chatting, cocktails and snacks we were back on the road south to ...
... or something in lieu of this ..... no plans yet for this far ahead. Meanwhile, we'll keep enjoying this area. My thigh problem is getting better and I start working out in earnest next week. Maggie continues with her decorating scheme for her condo. Adaptation is what it's all about. It's the key to happily attaining] maturity ... we enjoy comments and emails very much so keep 'em coming. More later ... Sorry, no pictures this time ... ...
... the 2 1/2 mile Boardwalk - lots of time spent standing, looking and photographing. We did see several critters... Indigo bunting, Pileated woodpecker, Cardinal, otters, red bellied woodpecker, blue herons, little blue herons, anhingas, ibis... TUESDAY: We went bike shopping today... Nothing yet. Ate at "Chipotle" again today for a late lunch. We didn't need dinner as a result!! WEDNESDAY: Ladies shopping outing in ...
... We took the sky link to our new terminal and walked around. Then we found a charging station and sat around and talked, charged electronics, and played games. We had lunch at TGI Fridays and headed back to our departure gate were we met up with the Oklahoma and Ohio delegations. A mechanic had to come aboard our plane and fix some of the seat pockets before we could leave Dallas. This put us behind schedule by 1/2 hour. We were very excited to be our starting our 6 hour and ...
... a lot of jobs that require some technical training but not a college degree, such as dental hygienists, paralegals, welders, electricians, and a variety of medical technicians. Steering more students into vocational or technical schools at a younger age could generate more workers with skills that employers say they need. Apparently one drawback to this is that students in technical schools often want to go on to college and depending ...