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... that the only thing that could have bought it up to the full 5/5 was if Bill Murray himself had served it. We spent a bit more time on the beach but could see that there was a huge storm rolling by in the distance. We packed up and started on our journey to Fort Myers where our hotel for the evening was situated. Part of our journey took us over a massive bridge whose centre point was similar to a roller coaster drop. Our motel, ...
... we shared a Cuban dinner and the best Cafe con Leche ever! A beer was consumed outside at the hostel whilst watching an American Football match with the owner, Bruce, and various other guests. This ended the night and my stay very nicely. After re-reading this blog I can see that it reads like a three-day-pub-crawl but I can assure it was not just that. My blog gives you the facts of the day but to describe the characters and their stories ...
... what, I think I just saw it!" and there it was. We could see the side of Jefferson's head. After climbing a bit more we came around another bend to enter the parking area ($11). A golf cart led us to a parking spot (because we were pulling the trailer). We got out and walked into a really cool outdoor entrance hall lined with giant marble columns. Each column had plaques on each side commemorating each state and it's entrance into ...