Marco Island Lakeside Inn
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Travel Blogs from Marco Island
... in that with my hair blowing in the wind. Oh, wait a minute, my hair doesn't blow, but you get the picture. It was fun salivating over the glamorous cars. I don't really have a favorite but I'd be quite happy in any one of those roadsters.
Today marks 2 months in Naples. We are very much enjoying our time here. I love being in one place for an extended period so I can dig in and get to know it. ...
... vomited. Disgusting excess actually.
But it did allow us to get out on the water and see Keewatin Island and some bottle nose dolphins!
Naples itself is great and has a beautiful beach and pier. The beach has great sand and a gradual slope into the water with a real absence of rocks and shells.
The pier has been a community landmark since 1888. It extends about 1000 feet into the Gulf and is a hub of activity. It is famous for ...
... and when would the bulk of people choose to go visit first? And why?
Something like 5 million people came to Anwar Sadat's funeral. Does someone's soul get into heaven any easier with a turnout like that?
This is a Google Glass idea. The idea has to do with jogging and improving your jogging times each day. During the first run with the Google Glass on your time for say a 3 mile run would be logged. The next day ...
... experience. Her warm, friendly, outgoing and professional demeanor put us at ease. She was extremely knowledgeable about the area, the ecosystems and the flora and fauna. Her passion and enthusiasm was infectious. This tour lasted longer than we expected and was an amazing experience that we will never forget.
The remarkable experience began when Casey noticed one of the logs in the swamp was moving rapidly and appeared ...
... have to google that ha ha. Captain was a font of knowledge and bloody humorous with his commentary like there are 4 types of poisonous snakes and if one jumps in the boat, how do we know its a poisonous one? Because he would have jumped out lol. Seen a few alligators but no snakes, lots of birds and the odd fish jumping in the water, a fantastic way to spend an hour. Afterwards we got to hold one of the man killers as per ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking