Travel Answers
Cape Coral

change location

Did you mean?

Try your search again
    Advanced Editor View Guidelines

    Be the First to Answer

    • Moving to Miami from Cincinnati, Ohio

      Miami Beach Yesterday

      Hi Guys,

      I am originally from Lima, Peru and have been living in Cincinnati for almost 15 years. I am currently 24, and I speak Spanish and English (so moving to Miami wouldn't be a problem in that category). I currently have an associate's degree in Civil Engineering and will be graduating from UC next spring with a Bachelors of Science in Architecture. My goal is to move to Miami right after graduation but I'm a little concerned about finding a job in my career? I frequently visit Miami at least once a year every year and I absolutely love it! I love the culture, the food, the weather and the beach! How easy or how difficult would it be for me? What do you guys suggest that I do before I move down there? It would be me, my boyfriend and our two german shepherds moving down :)


    • Coconut Cove Suites vs Shepherds

      Clearwater Jul 2, 2016 at 11:21 PM

      does anyone know which of these are better? I've seen reviews for both and they don't make the places look good.
      We want something on the beach, if possible, and with a kitchenette so we can cook our nightly meals. Thanks in advance

    • Travelling from Miami to St Pete... Public transport v Car hire?

      Florida Jul 3, 2016 at 6:53 AM


      I've been reading some of the discussions on here about travelling around in Florida.

      I'm going to be staying in Miami Beach, then heading up to St. Pete Beach. Is there any easy way that this can be done using public transport? I suspect from the discussions I've read so far, the answer is no, but I thought I'd have one last check!

      If travelling by car is the best option, are there any particular hire companies that have been tried and tested by participants on these forums?

      And finally, are there towns/cities on the way up that I should definitely stop in (not to stay necessarily, but just to see or take a day trip to during the week)? Naples, Venice and Sarasota have been recommended.

      And in St. Pete.... any things that shouldn't be missed, based on your own experiences? This can include things to do, places to see or places to eat/drink!

      Thanks in advance!


    • The city bus

      Tampa Jul 18, 2016 at 2:44 PM

      Do Tampa have city buses, if so what are there routes, stops, and times

    • Christmas and new year 2009/10 in Cape Coral...advice please!!

      by english-abroad Online Now Oct 15, 2009 at 11:41 AM

      Hi all
      We arrive in Cape Coral on the 23rd December 2009 and leave on the 6th January 2010. We are a party of 4 adults aged between 39 and 54 and a 16year old boy. We are staying in a villa in cape coral, we have a car for the duration and a boat for 5 days. Can anyone give us any tips/advice on things to do, places to visit that will be open and accesible over this period. Please could you include journey times, costings, complications such as parking, mooring etc.

      Also the big question...Where can we eat, drink and/or party on Christmas Day and New Years eve? we like good food, good music and lively atmosphere.

      Also do you have Christmas Crackers (the ones that you pull and have a gift inside, not the edible ones) and if so where will I get some on the 23rd/24th if you do. I was going to bring some over but have been told I cannot due to the bang element in the cracker.

      and last of all are taxi cab's readily available in the evening including Christmas day and new years eve in case the unluckily designated driver decides to partake of the vino with their meal....

      Many many thanks for any response's.
      We can't wait to arrive!

    • Cape Coral or Port Charlotte

      by zol123 Online Now May 18, 2006 at 1:16 AM

      Hi everyone,
      we are a British family trying to decide on our vacation next April. We have narrowed in down to Cape Coral or Port Charlotte. We will be renting a house and are also interested in boat hire. We have a 13 yr old son and would like a good choice of restaurants. We are struggling to find any good tourist info on either area, and hope you can help. Dont be biased now!
      Many Thanks

      1 Answer May 18, 2006 at 10:08 PM
    • Holiday Advice for Cape Coral

      by ndewaal Online Now Feb 6, 2004 at 8:25 AM

      Hi We are a European Family looking at renting a house in Cape Coral, have found the most wonderful house, but now nheed the boat 17" bowrider for example, some prices I am being quoted are mad - can anyone suggest a good place to rent at a good rate for 2 weeks? Also what is the weather like in July? Flying into Tampa is car rental better or would a taxi be affordable to get to cape coral? Thank you in advance to anyone who responds. Nikkie

      12 Answers Jul 17, 2006 at 8:11 AM
    • attractions in cape coral

      by poet123 Online Now Feb 1, 2004 at 12:11 PM

      Travelling from the uk to stay here for week after a disney holiday. I need things to do and places to eat in the area. Where nearby is worth travelling to.