The Capri at Siesta
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... grass so the dog can pee. You take your dog out to puppy classes to learn about how to get along with people and other dogs since your puppy will be hibernating in your home until April, seeing no one but you. I'm told (by dog people who KNOW) that there is a window of opportunity when a puppy is very young to learn socialization. If you miss that window, you will have a maladjusted dog. Hence the puppy ...
... and have lunch today. They shared their perspective on retirement and travel. They have been renting a condo in different areas of southwest Florida the last few winters, and have no interest in owning anything. They enjoy trying different places, and don't want the responsibilities of ownership. Since we ate out for lunch we decided to have a sandwich at home for dinner. This place is so quiet after 5 or 6 at night. It is dark by 6 and all the little shops are closed. The ...
... restaurants that we always go to when in the U.S., also some fast food ;-) Tony Roma (sadly there is none in Sarasota but in Miami!) (steaks, ribs and stuff) Outback (great steaks) Hooters (wings!) Captain Curts (our favorite in Siesta Key! Seafood!) Lobster Pot (in the village, awesome kinds of seafood and the best pasta I've eaten in America!) Once we ordered food for delivery, from Sal's in Sarasota (there are several sal's if you google it, the one with wings on the menu is the ...
... 8230;.nice!!!!! Downtown Fort Meyers is situated on the mouth of the Caloosahatchee river, with the Historic district running up from the harbour - Main street is lined both sides with magnificent Queen palms (Fort Meyers is nicknamed city of Palms)
A Palm Park is right down town, so we enjoyed our picnic in the cool ,amongst fully grown Palms gifted to Florida from many different countries - all individually tagged from their country of origin.
I went with ...
... Bailey still managing to break out of "his Fort Knox" dog kennel when the lightning and thunder strikes- a constant challenge for David & Garry to keep repairing and strengthening both door and walls.
Erin and David are still here and now into count down - with their flight back to NZ on the 28th from Fort Meyers (1 hour south from here) going to Lax then on to NZ.
Sophia had her 9th birthday last week and we all celebrated ...