Tween Waters Inn Island Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... guy told me where to find them. He said "bring some fish guts and they will find you". I don't know anybody with fish guts, maybe cookies will work....
I did meet up with an old biker frien of mine from back in the day, and we had a nice lunch and caught up on all the guys I hadn,t seen in a long, long time. Only one has passed, and that's pretty amazing, seeing how the life style we led ...
Had a two stop flight from Fort Myers to Quebec. Made it two thirds of the way then Betty lost her balance and fell on a moving walkway and tore her left hamstring. Needless to say we had to spend the night in the emergency room in Montreal where no one spoke English as a first language and none of the signage was in English. She was released in the morning and we finished the last leg to Quebec. We made to the ship but she has wheelchair and a walker for ...
So if you know me at all... you know I am always in charge. Type "A" personality as I like to call it.... but family and ex boyfriends would call it: "bossy."
If there's a plan... it's because I made it. Almost every vacation I have gone on in the past four years (not including family cruises) was 90% of the time because of my doing.
You would think that with such a big trip I would be in full planning mode. That by now ...
... Washing / relaxing / packing again - off to Fort Lauderdale for our Caribbean cruise tomorrow.
Update of blogs may be few and far between for a bit as internet on the boats us usually very expensive. We will wait and see.
Until next time - a few more photos and a movie clip of a ripper roller coaster ride.
Did we do it?
... the area("San-Tiva", in addition to Estero and FMB) to visit my father where we literally stayed in 4 hotels in 4 days.
Sanibel Island is known as the Shelling Capital of the World, due to it's unique scoop-like shape that juts from East to West, effectively trapping the shells in its greedy clutches. On the island, shelling is more of a competitive sport than a leisurely hobby, and one might find themselves getting up ...