Value Place Ft. Myers, Florida (East)
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... the road and there was Russell Stover - we would have completely missed it. TENNESSEE, not Ohio. Got all our Easter stuff. Gas - 31.50 Russell Stover - 6:30 - our GPS says 8:00 arrival in Richmond - not sure I'm going to make it -- LOL. My damn feet are quite swollen and my ass hurts - can't take these longer ...
... snapped a 15-game winning streak at Alico against non-conference opponents. A-SUN FAVORITES For the second-straight season, FGCU is the preseason league favorite to win the A-Sun Conference, and the Eagles were a near-unanimous selection. FGCU garnered seven of the eight first-place votes in the coaches' poll (63 points), while it received 25 of 26 first-place votes in the media poll (207 points). Thompson was named the A-Sun Preseason Player of the Year and the A-Sun ...
... or large as Edison's but still very nice. The banyon trees on the property were also outstanding. They were huge. The one in front of the museum is supposedly the largest in the continental US. My favorite spot on the property was a small building called the moonlight garden. Inside was a small office that Thomas worked in and outside was a lovely porch that Mina would ...
... had all the streets closed off in Venice .The vehicles were all on display by their proud owners with over 200 on display . In the lineup on the streets were Camaros, Chevs , Monaros, Thunderbirds, Mustangs (muscle cars mainly)….many of them convertibles dating back to the 50’s, and a few ‘Al Capone’ style vehicles from the 1940’s.. A glorious sunny morning, with all various coloured paintworks shining brightly in the hot sun.
... planyourvisit/ visitorcenters.htm) in Ochopee to check-out the many gators that could be seen.
Admission fee to the Edison & Ford Winter Estates, which included the complete Estates self-guided tour, cost $20 per person.
We spent approximatelly 2 hours there, and we both ...