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    Hollywood Floridia on a roll up. We did not complain as it was busy. This place was serene, like a walk in the past. Old school it was.

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    [IMG]http://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/54896/20151230_002057_%281024x576%29.jpg[/IMIt had that old school feel.1920 ect.

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    WE were happy just to find a room as it was on no notice. Roll up roll up see the show. Actually it was quite nice, quiet ect.

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    Nice, beats the frozen north.

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    Hollywood. I was not bull shitting.

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    AM traffic not too stiff.

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    This place was just to the north. I took a look but did not see myself in it. Way much cash.No place to play unless you had the frontage witch was sold out. Look it up CSI teak door gum shoes.

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    Nice crib but not what the fish is used to. No moss ect.

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    . Where will I float my boat? Hey! you scratched my anchor. Caddy shack!!

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    So, whereabouts in the "north" are you from (again), fish?...

    Looks nice...Cheers...

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    This girl has the best view and pays no tax. I have done things all wrong. Can I get a do over?

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    Brew town, Milwaukee Wisconsin. Nice weather now for sure. I used to think up north was the place to retire, Reinlander , the dells ect. Now not nailed down to any geospecific place. Hey my spelling sucks and I know it. I' m the only one who cares.

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    Some nice country in the Cheese State, fish...Reminded me a lot of Canada...Go Packers!...

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    The volleyball club out at 6am.

    Yea dream on you tossers.

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    This was down town Fort Myers on new years eve. Foot traffic only along the river near the marina. A nice place for a stroll. The people were very civil for new years eve. It was quite refreshing to see this as usually new years for me up here is an indoor party drunk fest at the meat market, if you know what I mean. I hope I'm not speaking fish again. I'm trying to be frank, I mean fish.
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    [QUOTE=BaitongBoy;3286992]Some nice country in the Cheese State, fish...Reminded me a lot of Canada...Go Packers!..

    I'd get shot if I said a was a Bears fan. Well gut punched anyway. People are generally pretty nice around here. Chicago has some rough spots. Might get knocked off your bike with a bat or worse if in the hood. I do like China Town.
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    Nice down south.

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    This was my first Bison burger. It was very tasty.

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    Street side dining in down town Fort Myers. It was New Years eve. They closed off the downtown area to car traffic and had a huge block party. Very calm, fun for the whole family. I saw multiple generations of families out in the street for the festivities.

    Our hotel had a free shuttle all night long as people drank a lot. The fish hadn't a drop all night. I made up for it on other occasions. The hotel also gave us free tickets to tour the Edison and Ford Mansions right on the river. A real step back in time.

    The place had a nice feel to it. An Ideal retirement community if you are cashed up I would imagine.

    This place was called The Lodge. Great street side dining in Fort Myers Fla. Inside it was decked out as though you were in the Rockies.

    I'll try to post more later. It was my first road trip around Florida. An exploratory mission so to speak. I'd give it two thumbs up. A bit pricy though as we were in tourist mode.

    We fell in love with a chain store called Publix (sp?). They had lobster tails for four dollars each and great shrimp. The gf likes to whip up a batch by hand every now and then and that make all the difference as we grew tired of eating at restaurants every meal.
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    Interesting, nice clean country

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    Nearing downtown block party area. Fort Myers Fla.

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