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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to check email etc. then we road to the lighthouse and walked the beach until lunch time. We road home and had lunch. The we headed back out and walked the beach in another area. Tonight we went out to dinner to mark our last night together. We went to jacaranda's restaurant. Great dinner... Then we moved to the bar side afterwards and listened to the band. We even danced!!! Good music - tunes from our past ...
... tweeting at 0530!!!!!!???!!! Breakfast came courtesy of "The Island Cow" which was a diner type place at the side of the road and the fact that the carpark was rammed made us think it would be a good choice. It was!! We had a great breakfast/lunch , then back in the car to head for Captiva which was further down the island. Wow!! The houses along the road down were amazing!!!!!! Huge,colonial style,white house style,beach shack/mansion style. ...
... Marlins instead of the Florida Marlins. And they'll have a new manager, Ozzie Guillen. 80 year old Jack McKeon will retire (again). He was brought back in mid season after firing Edwin Rodriguez in June.
The Marlins have an interesting history. They won the World Series in 2003 and then dismantled the team. You Cubs fans remember 2003...the Bartman ball and all. The Marlins have a history putting together a good team ...
... from the owner or our server.
Thankfully I am a local, so I was not stranded on the beach without money for vacation. Don't let this happen to you.
The COTTAGE on Fort Myers Beach apparently does not care about their customers or the fact that they may have a waitress that steals people's credit cards.
DO NOT GO TO THE COTTAGE ON FORT MYERS BEACH UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE TREATED POORLY AND THROW YOUR MONEY AWAY TO THIEVES.
... Our consultation time with Larry, Stuart, [asst farm manager] Joel and some interns gave us the answer: both. It was great to gleam knowledge as the experts discussed how to tell what the lumps were and what to do about them.
The piles of compost for the experiment on the farm were ready to be turned Thursday afternoon, so [intern] Katie and I flipped two of the piles (adding air and mixing it up speeds up the process) and planted a couple avocado trees ...