Residence Inn Fort Myers
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... each time he comes by so they know him by sight. The captain could not reach one of them so he gave me some food and asked me to feed it. It was amazing how soft their tiny "hands" are. Then one of them got in the boat. The captain said that that had never happened before, and had some difficulty trying to get it off the boat.
After the tour, we asked the folks in the office where they ...
... session, "that was fun, we should do it more often". Really?....he was the one who chose NOT to use a learners walker, and landed on his bottom, more times than we could count, before he 'got the hang of it'. Sliding around like a pro by the time 2 hours were up.
The following weekend with our 5 bicycles aboard Todds truck, off we went for a day on Palm Island. 40 minutes drive from here to where we ...
... a well liked traditional region to see! Historylovers and teams, members of the family and educators all have unique alternatives to immerse on their own in Fort Ticonderoga's wealthy historical past, beautiful landscape and attractive courses. Encounter America's Fort! The fights of Fort Ticonderoga and Saratoga could be skilled yet again in one very long working day of traveling. If you are remaining in Glens Falls, New York go North along the ...
Kathy and I decided that since we know the language (more or less English) we could organize and enjoy this adventure without guides. Turns out there are a lot of decisions which are removed from the travelers shoulders when joining a Tour. However we are determined (and perhaps a bit addled) and once determined will not not falter! ...
... on board so this list will likely be expanded from time to time.
And then there are the surprising denisons of the very very deep: jelly fish, squid, starfish, seaurchins, worms.... (click on the blue link for a Youtube video about those plants and animals which live in the deepest part of the Southern ocean.