Suburban Extended Stay of Fort Myers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... t find it and had no address to put in Mr TomTom. I use Ms Magellan in the RV cuz she has a 7 inch screen, and Mr TomTom in the car cuz he only has a 3 inch'er. Bigger is better... Anywho, I spent all day yesterday watching football. The Vikes had the day off and the AZ Cards whipped up on Detroit, so it was a good day, even if I didn't get to see the game.
Life continues to astound me...
... analyzed for their latex content.
I knew Edison was famous for inventing the light bulb but what I didn't know was he was a prolific inventor. His innovations ...
... would begin at 6:00 a.m. Departure time on Sunday would be at 7:00 a.m.
I had packed a swimsuit and had planned on going for a swim after the meeting, but a dust storm had kicked up while I was at the meeting. I watched the dust storm for awhile from the hotel lobby as I had never seen one and then went to my room. I read and then went to bed early as my body clock was still 3 hours ahead of the time in Phoenix.
... that there is in winter when the "snowbirds" descend on Florida, and all the specials disappear!
Thunder storms are almost daily afternoon events, sometimes they are close and scare the old dog Bailey to "super dog" breakouts from his chainmesh pen (now solved by giving him a box to hide his head in!).
The rain accompanying these storms is usually the tropical downpour type, and this summer has been notable for the large amount of rain the state has had - and it ...
... among the first vehicles to arrive and was told the trolleys began at 7pm...so, although it was drizzling, we decided to dash to the Welcome Center for a looksee. We strolled through a small museum there which held specimens and photos of various local fauna and flora discovering names for many of the species we had encountered on our walks. Then came rain by the torrents! Having learned that the ...