The Surf Club Of Marco

Address: 540 South Collier Boulevard, Marco Island, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34145, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 540 South Collier Boulevard, Marco Island, is near Tigertail Beach, Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda Maritime Museum, and Dolphin Quest.
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    Travel Blogs from Marco Island

    Comprehensive Cogitation

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on May 30, 2015

    ... me I would change the voting power of the individual. There would be some kind of test about how government works and American history. A 200 question civics test of sorts. Pass it and when you vote you get two votes. Don’t take the test, or don’t pass it and your vote is only worth one. The test would be free and the material to study it would also be free even going so far as to hand deliver study material for the test to any American's door. How would ...

    The Bus -- Short Story

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on May 10, 2015

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    She took the long way around to the back of the bus out of view for an indeterminable time. It really wasn't clear if she was even coming and he wondered how the bus driver had enough faith to wait so long with so many riders already sitting inside. It wasn’t like some city buses in some countries he’d been to where the more often the driver stopped the more they got paid.

    The woman finally did get on and sat in the seat in front and across from ...

    Gator Time

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Dec 11, 2014

    62 photos

    ... think we would have had access to our spot all night. I tried looking up accidents to see what happened as it seemed pretty serious but I couldn’t find any information. At the Shark Valley visitor center there is an awesome 15 mile trail that you can take a tram, rent bicycles or walk. The walk is 6 hours so we decided to just walk a little portion of it and then turn back. It was worth it completely though as it ...

    Gators Everywhere

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Mar 13, 2014

    67 photos

    ... problems. Couple that with invasive plant and animal species (we'd heard about pet pythons being released into the everglades but feral cats alone number about 650 per square mile and they have devastating effects on migratory bird populations), it's hard to see a bright future for a wetland area that is somewhat taken for granted. There was even a plan as recently as the early 70's to build a gigantic new Miami airport that would have introduced ...

    The Everglades has Gators!

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 12, 2013

    25 photos

    ... this guy was being fed by some stupid human(s) and got bolder and bolder. He was recently “put down” by the park officials since he had started hanging out at the kayak launch point and eyeing the small children. His replacement, the new Alpha Male that Darlene was hoping to see, was never found. However, we did see lots of Alpha Male wantabes and momma gators with their babies.

    We viewed all kinds of birds ...