Olde Marco Island Inn and Suites
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... do you want to have some fun and steal the gator from them?" He then cast his foam block out and drew Gus back to us. So we spent about 15 minutes with Gus and it was a pretty cool 15 minutes.
Off we went, with a burst of power and a refreshing spray of water. Back through the mangroves to Speedy's docks. It is very easy to get lost in the Everglades. When asked how they learn to get around, Harold said that they take the new guys out and drive them around until they ...
Friday 5th September The room at the Fountain Inn was functional enough for me to get a good night's sleep. However when I asked Russ and Emma whether they had slept ok the answer was a resounding 'No'. Apparently their bed was like sleeping on the floor. We were keen to get going onto our Everglades adventure, but first we needed to forage for breakfast. We waved Alvin and the Chipmunks goodbye and drove down to Fort Myers beach. We'd planned on checking out ...
So I set off to walk to to the Hollywood sign. I made my way through lots of very snazzy houses with massive cars. It took me hours to get all the way up the hill. I reached the reservoir below the sign so I walked right around the reservoir which is big! I was feeling pretty pleased with myself until....I saw multiple signs ...
... tourists around a short piece of the glades scaring away just about everything within a 5 mile radius. When you have to put on earmuffs to protect your hearing, you know you're not going for a quiet paddle through a mystic environment.
Useless facts- the first airboat, called the Ugly Duckling, was actually built in 1905 in Nova Scotia, Canada by Alexander Graham Bell- the guy who invented the telephone
... red boxer-briefs on backwards during the flight. By the time Casey had cleared it with her work to take the time off within the small window of availability; all those $69 seats were gone. Therefore, I tried going to Kayak. Evidently a fare war started under equally peculiar travel rules. But in the end, United Airlines (UAL) would fly us from Dulles to FLL for $117 each round trip – total - SOLD!
Leaving the day ...