Angler'S Inn At Matlacha
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... biscuit was like a digestive it might be ok. What was presented on the buffet was a salty scone and bread sauce-looking concoction (without the milk or bread), made with flour, water and sausage meat. It didn't look very appetising to my Limey eyes, so I had extra bacon with my fried eggs, before finishing off with French toast, pancakes and maple syrup. More yum! It was around 11.45am that we ventured down to the pool area and found ...
On the road at 7:15....we were up at 5:00am because of Sydney's snoring .....we let her sleep with us on the road because she's such a good dog . This time we had a 1 bedroom suite with only 1 queen bed so it was pretty cramped. Now 20 o and we are wearing our summerclothes ...feels good We celebrated the rise in temp every degree till 26 ...and we rolled into Diane and Jimmy's at 10:15 am ...we will relax here till our place is ready s/b around ...
... at art galleries. This town of 700 or so mostly free spirits is an oft-cited exemplar of "Old Florida." Even the residents routinely use that term to describe their town and its groovy vibe and funky charm.
We were also able to squeeze in a few wildlife outings and capture some pretty amazing pictures of local creatures enjoying the weather. If ...
Toured the everglades for an hour on a swamp boat - saw racoons and an alligator. When back on dock we held an alligator.
On way home we toured some of their local beaches, ate at Rib City and had home made ice cream.
Great day shared with our USA friends.
Off to Disney World Today.
... a really good meal too) to the more upmarket places where mains are $15 to $25 and more.
In the drinks department - there are generally only lager beers, mainly lite ones, offered at most restaurants, some have a darker draught style but only one or two. Cost usually about $3 for tap beers, maybe $4-5 for wine or 'well drinks'. There are some 'pubs' which have all sorts of beers, including Guinness even, (and they pour it correctly too!)
One pub called Frank n ...