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One of our favorite things about the holiday is that there are always things to do in Southwest Florida for Thanksgiving—and not just the day of—there are events all week. From 5ks, to cruises, nature hikes, to a fun day at the beach, Southwest Florida doesn’t disappoint on Thanksgiving. Come visit us and celebrate Thanksgiving Florida style.

We’ve compiled a list of Thanksgiving 2019 events in Southwest Florida for you. There are a variety of events from Naples to Fort Myers, and there’s something for each member of the family. There are other super-Florida ways to celebrate the holiday, too. The weather will be nice so you can go to the beach for a picnic or to watch the sunset. Or you can look for seashells. And then there’s always shopping!

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There are a variety of colleges and universities in Southwest Florida. That’s one of the many reasons people decide to move here. The fact that it’s a tropical paradise with gorgeous beaches, favorable weather and tons of stuff to do doesn’t hurt, either.

What’s great about the variety of colleges and universities offered in Southwest Florida is that you don’t have to go far from home to find quality education. There are smaller, more intimate higher education options in the area. Each college and university in SW Florida offers something different.

There are 4 major colleges and universities in Southwest Florida

  1. Florida Gulf Coast University

  2. Florida SouthWestern State College

  3. Hodges University

  4. Ave Maria

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Fort Myers is the best place to retire in the Sunshine State.

But don’t just take our word for it. It was also dubbed the No.1 place to retire by the U.S. News & World Report out of a list of more than 100 cities across the country. The report cites Fort Myers’ mild climate, lower-than-average cost of living and variety of attractions and entertainment as the main reasons for giving it the top prize. This blog post will tell you everything you need to know about living in Fort Myers and why Fort Myers is the best place to retire.

According to the local newspaper, Fort Myers’ The News-Press, the median home cost in the city is $219,200, which is slightly below the national average of $227,025. Fort Myers also boasts below-average sales tax rates

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