Angler'S Inn At Matlacha
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... time a year ago called The Waffel House. Sunday brunch consisted of a giant waffel (DUH), two eggs, two sausage patties, hash browns, 4 pieces of toast and a cuppa joe. It took me awhile to put it all away and when I was finished the waitress wanted to know if I wanted a cup of coffe to go. Yikes, that's never happened before.
I was going to go to a pirates festival over on Sanibel Island but ...
... 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 ...
... for my sanity)
-Reusable grocery bag
Dan already took some of my favorite things with him when he departed:
-The double sleeping hammock. This will be AWESOME when we just want a break/nap/real sleeping under the stars. I have no idea how the slap straps work.. but based on Dan's excitement about it... it doesn't seem like it will be a true brain teaser to get it up ...
... and we were able to get a good rest. Up at 6:45 as our disembarkation time was 7 so we wanted to get our last "ship breakfast" in Horizon Court Getting off the ship went as smooth as it always does with Princess and soon we were on the airport shuttle to get our rental car. A sweet red mustang! We quickly drove over to the hotel where Mike and Dawnmarie and her parents stayed last night! to say hello. They are sailing today on the same ship. Then ...
12/24/12: To my lifetime bird list (increased 4 fold in Africa) I have now added Skua, snow petrels ,Shag's were nesting and showing great concern and sharing behaviors (Cormorant cousin), Antarctic tern and doubtless more. I have encountered Albatross on past adventures and expect they will be 'ship followers' ...