Sanibel Harbour Towers

Address: 17080 Harbour Point Drive, Fort Myers, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 33908, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 17080 Harbour Point Drive, Fort Myers, is near Sanibel and Captiva Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center, McGregor Boulevard, The Big M Casino, and Tanger Outlets Ft Myers.
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Travel Blogs from Fort Myers

Comprehensive Cogitation

A travel blog entry by robthurston on May 30, 2015

... Consequently, the world, as in Nazi Germany decides the US is not able to be a cooperating member of the world community. After depletion of US soldiers in these locations overseas a world body occupies the US already in disarray from infighting in urban communities. US realizes too late how it lost prestige in the world through constant hate mongering and meddling in others affairs. Because US does not have obligatory military conscription (for example a 2 year ...

IPad w oceanie

A travel blog entry by olgahinc on May 13, 2015

2 comments, 19 photos

... Stoję jak wryta ale szybko go łowię, choć prawdę mówiąc mam ochotę się utopić albo zapaść pod ziemię. Przez następna godzinę jest mi słabo i generalnie się nie odzywam. Piszę do Michała. - jak iPad wpadnie do wody to już dupa? - Do ryżu go i w ręczniki. Boże, najpierw ...

The Bus -- Short Story

A travel blog entry by robthurston on May 10, 2015

... behind the bus driver.

“Do you have your ticket and an ID?” the bus driver queried.

She had asked for his earlier too even while telling him he shouldn't carry on two bags at once because the tickets states...

“Yeah,” He thought…

“My airline ticket stated two free carry ons, but when I got to the front desk at the airport the help there knew nothing about it.”

But he said nothing.

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Peru Travel Tips -- Things We Wish We Had Known

A travel blog entry by rose_giro on May 13, 2014

2 comments

... cash, twenty dollar bills and smaller are a better choice, but make sure they are in good condition. We found vendors in all sections of Peru willing to take U.S. dollars as long as they were whole, and not marked, heavily creased or faded. It was easy to exchange dollars for soles at the front desk of all the hotels. We found a good supply of U.S. one dollar bills came in very handy for miscellaneous items and ...

Apathy

A travel blog entry by robthurston on Oct 07, 2013

... average American who doesn't travel doesn't understand how difficult missions into other countries must be. They think we walk in and take it just like in the movies. And they don't understand why, when there are reports a mission isn't accomplished.

A good question might be, is it harmful for society that movies like "Rambo" and others tend to portray soldiers as being invincible. Does this raise the bar too high for people who have to live up ...