Fort Myers, Florida, is a rapidly growing city on the state’s Gulf coast. There are plenty of outdoor activities and cultural attractions to do and see for less than $100 a day.
Start your day at Farmers Market Restaurant. The restaurant has served Southern-style dishes since 1952. Entrées start around $5. Head to Manatee Park for an up-close experience of Florida wildlife. There is a $5 per day parking fee. Kayak and canoe rentals start at $20 per hour.
Enjoy a seafood lunch at Trap House Krab & Seafood Restaurant. The no-frills restaurant offers a variety of shellfish and non-seafood dishes. With options for appetites big and small, lunch costs $12–30. Visit the Edison and Ford Winter Estates. The grounds feature a museum, 20-acre botanical garden and the former homes of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Open daily, admission for a self-guided tour costs $25.
Have dinner at El Gaucho Inca. The South American steakhouse offers traditional Peruvian and Argentinian dishes, including vegetarian options. Entrées range about $13–25. Grab a couple beers at Fort Myers Brewing Company, the county’s first microbrewery. Pours cost about $5. Spiked seltzer and wine are available for those who don’t like beer.
Recently, Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park, located off the West Coast of Grenada, underwent a renovation project to make the Protected Area even better for travelers to explore.
The Greek tradition of health and wellness runs deep; travelers can find a multitude of therapies to meet their wellbeing needs, from healing spas, herbal therapies, hypnotherapy, massages and more. In Greece, the approach to wellness focuses on the “whole” and the ways in which the mind, body and soul interact. A state of balance is achieved through a good relationship between the emotional and natural state, which can be found throughout Greece at its more than 800 medicinal spas.
Get ahead of the game and start collecting holiday gifts for your loved ones. With the mayhem of store sales and busy parking lots, check out these gift ideas for the traveler in your family; these can all be purchased from the comfort of your home.
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Prepare your taste buds for the trip of a lifetime in Greece. About 100 Greek products — from wines, cheese and fruits to honey and oils — earned a Protected Designation of Origin from the European Union, and the country’s most beloved dishes include Greek Choriatiki salad, tzatziki, souvlaki and moussaka, with its layers of eggplant, potato, minced meat and bechamel. And those are only a few of the many highlights.
Ski and snowboard season is upon us. According to a recent holiday and winter travel survey by Vacasa, conducted with Allison + Partners Research, 61 percent of respondents said they’re planning a ski or snowboard trip this winter. Vacasa, the nation's leading vacation rental management platform, and more than 100 other booking platforms also experienced a 50 percent increase in Tahoe area reservations after reports of snowfall, showing demand for ski season is stronger than ever.