La Quinta Inn & Suites Naples East (I-75)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ground and miss the ball. Yes, PICKLE BALL – another game for geezer’s just did me in. The calf muscle tear I suffered earlier this year has recurred. I end up with my leg up for days just sitting around. Of course, sitting around in 80+ degree sunny Florida being waited on by Casey isn’t all that bad!
Casey falls in love with Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and makes two more trips back – the first with Darcy and the second ...
... the Everglades & an ideal location to check out the west side of the Everglades but the hot humid weather sapped our energy & we choose a short walk in campground & another down day of reading!! Hey it's Christmas, we need a holiday from our holiday!!
... to dinner at Johanne and Franks so we joined them at 5:00. We enjoyed a lovely dinner and had fun catching up with them. MONDAY: We met them at 8:00 am and rode into town - had a drink at a cafe on 5th street, then rode back. Now we know how to get into town :). Then we tried out pool volleyball - 10:00am on Mondays. Thankfully, the rules were quite lax. We played for about an hour. After we ate lunch, Johanne and Frank took us on a bit of a tour of ...
... flight. We passed the time reading, playing our electronics, and playing games. Some of us even slept! When we arrived in Anchorage our Delegation Manager (DM) met us at the airport. Luggage was claimed and we boarded our coach bus. This bus is the most luxurious bus I have been on. It is almost brand new, the floors are wood replica, and we have electric outlets to charge electronics at every seat! We are in heaven! We arrived at our hotel at 8:30 at night, which is ...
... made sense, whatever it was. The largest gatherings of people (2 to 15 million people in all in a relatively small location) in history have been for shrines and funerals so that might be relevant. In 2014 Bangkok, London and Paris, in that order, are the three most travelled cities people choose to visit. My guess is most people would witness the birth of Christ. Maybe that guess is wrong. But what else would there be to cherry ...