Days Inn Fort Myers North
Travel Blogs from North Fort Myers
... the many waterways we traversed. An almost 2 hour journey through 'old' Florida with sightings of many species of wild life in their natural habitat. Alligators of all sizes, and at one point , there were many of the beasts, sunning themselves on the track we were travelling on. Needless to say, our driver, gave them time to remove themselves , and we passed by as they slipped silently into the murky tannon coloured water flowing quietly through the cyprus trees. At ...
... in a 1 mile run, then 200 yard swim and apparently were snapped by the photographer.
Their days are LONG - leaving the house at 7.15 am Monday to Friday, with swimming training 4 nights a week from 5.30 till 7pm.
Next weekend we will be up early to go watch them compete in a 7.30am start for a 5K run- before the heat is on.
Thinking of our friends who are NOT in good health (Margaret & Terry)
and Sel - hope the Kiwis are beginning to feel Spring in the air.
... in the lovely balmy evenings for bbqs etc, the bugs/mozzies would preclude that otherwise. All houses with pools have these, see the photo of Chuck's canal side setup which includes a spa too.
We have been doing all sorts of things here, mostly stuff that really doesn't warrant a national press release! Shopping seems to predominate, then pool slothing, walking the 2 dogs in the cooler times at evening usually, or reading and more slothing or swimming.
... having a fire sale for their players. Interesting strategy.
We drove the two hours over from Ft. Myers to Miami along I-75 which is sometimes called "Alligator Alley" because it goes right through the Everglades. In fact, you go 50 miles with no services in one stretch. Not much traffic today.
Made our way to Sun Life Stadium to buy tickets and found they were having "fan appreciation day." All tickets were ...
In the last week of ECHO I was again a busy bee.
On Labor Day the lady interns hosted a brunch for staff, students and for their male counterparts. Afterward most of the interns and I headed to Sanibel Island to enjoy the day off. The refreshing water was at high tide and dolphins were coming up to eat near us. After a couple hours of fun in the sun we cooled off with a bit of ice cream and headed back home.
Tuesday was a study day, which ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility