Lani Kai Island Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Saturday was spent relaxing by the pool, walking and hitting the driving range. What a relaxing day! This morning we were on the road by 9 a.m. and headed 4 hours south to Fort Myers. We had a great visit with Terry and Mary DeWyre who are staying the winter down here. After a two hour visit of chatting, cocktails and snacks we were back on the road south to ...
Time for an update from Bonita Springs: plans are evolving --- Maggie and I continue to enjoy the good life. We've become movie buffs and have seen a few of the better ones in the last 2 weeks. Of those, <i>American Sniper</i> is the best of the lot and we've seen it twice! <i>Theory of Everything</i> is a close second with <i>Unbroken</i> in third place. Last night we watched <i>Fury</i> on HBO ...
... in Melbourne, enjoyed a few dinner outings with Maggie's cousins, Susie and Jon Fobes. We had a nice visit from my friends and former neighbors, Manfred and Janice Rott from Oriental, who headed south to avoid a protracted stretch of nasty winter weather in the Carolinas and happened to end up here. I'm slowly learning to navigate (thanks, Mr GPS) -- at least how to get to our favorite hangouts, and Maggie continues to amaze me with her interest in sailing, cooking wonderful ...
... wake a while, American Bald Eagle , walked on a deserted island - life doesn't get much better than this. Moved on to Tampa via Sarasota in the Mercedes. Up early 5am for the flight to Los Angeles so G'nite all. Great meal at the Oystercatchers restaurant at the Grand Hyatt near Tampa airport. I had red snapper and Marion had filet mignon. Big storm here in Tampa but LA looks promising - in the 80's perhaps. Now at 39,000ft en-route to LA. First stop Santa ...
... by your working you are now increasingly proving to be a liability to the company. Robots don’t need to be insured. They don’t need coffee or smoke breaks. They don’t get hurt on the job.”
Insurers might weed out and stop the last hangers on who wish to stay employed.
Now your time is all your own. Sleep in. Stay up all night. Robots are out farming the fields and doing a real good job of it. They are ...