Carousel Inn on the Beach
Travel Blogs from Fort Myers Beach
... within minutes from our house. There are mangroves, beaches, forests, and the Everglades. And our homeschool group gets great discounts to many of the local attractions. We are going to the zoo and Legoland with them.
The remodel is going well. Thomas is waiting on the kitchen cabinets to arrive so he can install them and has started on the guest bathroom. So for now, we are living in Naples!
... in Maine and transported by ship to Fort Myers and local laborers assembled them. They named the Estate Seminole Lodge in honor of the local Indian Tribe. Other buildings on the property are Edison's Little Office and the Caretaker's house Henry Ford purchased the property next door to his good friend Thomas Edison in 1916. Henry Ford used his Caretaker's Cottage as a garage and guest house. ...
Today we made it to Fort Myers to visit our friends Pat and Dar.
They have a lovely spot in Lehigh Acres and are having a well deserved two week break from the stresses of home.
They live in an absolutely gorgeous spot and we are grateful to have had the chance to visit. Their hospitality was second to none and we enjoyed every minute.
... can talk and excrete fluids.”
Millions of different animal species here and we are the only ones who make non-living replicas of ourselves. What could we infer about other world’s cultures if we knew they created “dolls?”
Animal varieties I consistently see in many of my travels: Butterflies, lizards and squirrels. These particular animals seem to ...
... Bowl) at a local sports bar. My guess is they might
catch up on rest and sleep on the plane returning to SF.
While kayaking, Kelly and Juan saw several manatees playing in the water. What do manatees do all day – mostly they spend their time eating, resting, and traveling. This led
K/J to coin a new word, “momatee,” since that's pretty much what I do: eat, rest, travel.
We had two “home heated ” holiday meals ...