Port of the Islands Hotel

Address: 12323 Union Road, Naples, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34114, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the Urban Estates area of Naples, is near Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples Museum of Art, The Waterside Shops, and Tiburon Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Naples

    Winter Home Base

    A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Nov 08, 2014

    As the birds fly south for the winter so do Darcy and I. Just in time to avoid the "polar vortex" coming in from Canada later this week. We made our way to our winter home base in Naples, Florida. For some of this years stops the temperature will be dropping dramatically! Tuesday's Forecast: Sheridan, Wyoming- High 12°, Low -6° snow Helena, Montana- High 12°, Low 0° Glacier National Park, MT- High 7°, Low ...

    We're Moving North and West and an Air Boat Trip

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Nov 01, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... to write a second when he died. The island is now owned by his daughter and is a historical site.

    We then went up the river and around in the everglades. It was cool being in an air boat since it can do so much more than a conventional boat.

    At one point in the tour, the captain pulled up to a grove near the water’s edge and out come at least seven raccoons that the ...

    See Ya Later Alligator!

    A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 11, 2014

    103 photos

    ... back. Quick as a wink, he was back and the marshmallow gone. Harold tossed another over as Gus (yep, I just named him) swam away, and back he came for more photo opportunities.
    Harold explained that to determine how long Gus was, all we had to do was determine the distance from his nostrils to his eyes: eight inches. The formula is one inch per foot - Gus was an eight foot gator. Harold told us about a 16 footer that folks had been watching for some years. We were all in awe ...

    Two Roads Diverged

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on Jan 03, 2014

    ... of increasing at the rate it has to today, begins to recede, even as other big countries come on line. Because the US between 2000 and 2015 exports findings about how to reduce greenhouse gases to other big players the world gets its act together in a mostly unified front much earlier and global warming doesn’t reach its tipping point and pass the point of no return. Global flooding and erosion of coastlines doesn't take place. Katrina ...

    Who's On First

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on Nov 12, 2013

    ... Historical examples of human misunderstanding can be comical. Germans after WWII used to marvel at how strange American comic books were and if you get outside of it… Look at it from the outside, not as someone who grew up in American culture. The Germans were like, why do the Americans feel it is their duty to “save” everyone. They put on these bright colored costumes with capes and go around solving crimes. To some it was entertaining. Personally ...