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Old 06-20-2007, 07:06 PM
 
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I want to know about sanibel Island FLorida ,how is living out there,I want to know about rentals properties like maybe renting an apartment or condo,I have 2 kids one is 12 and the other 3 both girls ,something right in Sanibel Island not fort myers or cape coral ,just Sanibel Island FLorida
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Old 06-20-2007, 07:59 PM
 
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Try this link: Sanibel Island/Captiva Island/

We were there for a month a couple of July's ago, was absolutely beautiful.
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Old 06-20-2007, 10:19 PM
 
Location: Central Florida
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My favorite place in the world but WAY out of my price range. Years ago (when it wasn't as pricey) we looked into it but I felt that with our children's activities (sports, dance, music, art classes for example) it would be a little too much driving 'over the bridge' on a daily basis. Not sure I was willing to sign up for that.

Would give my eye teeth to be able to live on Upper Captiva...it's just the most unbelieveable place but not really 'real life' with kids. You get there by boat and only golf carts are used on the island, no cars or trucks of any kind. Paradise.

Good luck in your quest. You are certainly barking up the right tree as far as I'm concerned.
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Old 06-21-2007, 01:02 PM
 
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My favorite place in the world but WAY out of my price range. Years ago (when it wasn't as pricey) we looked into it but I felt that with our children's activities (sports, dance, music, art classes for example) it would be a little too much driving 'over the bridge' on a daily basis. Not sure I was willing to sign up for that.

Would give my eye teeth to be able to live on Upper Captiva...it's just the most unbelieveable place but not really 'real life' with kids. You get there by boat and only golf carts are used on the island, no cars or trucks of any kind. Paradise.

Good luck in your quest. You are certainly barking up the right tree as far as I'm concerned.
I'm with you on that one! Maybe if I start saving now.......
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