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These are last minute deals for people who are able to travel with little notice. Weekly rates are between $400.00 and $650.00 a week including all tax and fees.
Space is limited and condos are on a first call/first book basis. 
Payment in full is required at time of booking. The reservations are
non-cancellable and non-refundable


Madeira Beach, FL
2 bdrm, Dec 19, Jan 2
900.00
Indian Shores, FL
3 bdrm GF, Dec 5, 12
850.00

Cocoa Beach, FL
1 bdrm OF, Dec 5, 12, 19
850.00
1 bdrm, Dec 6...699.00

Kissimmee (Orlando area), FL
2 bdrm, Dec 5...399.00
3 bdrm, Dec 12...550.00

Kissimmee, FL
1 bdrm, Dec 6, 13
349.00

Orlando, FL
1 bdrm, Dec 20...799.00

New Smyrna Beach, FL
1 bdrm, Dec 6, 11, 13
350.00

Palm Springs, CA
Studio, Dec 27...700.00

Lincoln, NH
2 bdrm, Dec 4, 11
450.00

Las Vegas, NV
1 bdrm, Dec 19, 20
650.00

Myrtle Beach, SC
1 bdrm, Dec 19...550.00
Studio, Dec 26...499.00

Phoenix, AZ
2 bdrm, Jan 9...775.00
3 bdrm, Jan 9...875.00

Gatlinburg TN
3 bdrms, Dec 5, 12
799.00
Banff, Alberta CAN
1 bdrm, Dec 6...399.00
2 bdrm, Dec 6...499.00

Grand Cayman Island
2 bdrm, Mar 20, Apr 1
975.00

Puerto Vallarta, MEX
2 bdrm, Dec 12...599.00



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 Sanibel Island is One of the Top 10 Places to Visit


 Sanibel is one of the unique barrier islands of the world, having an east-west orientation when most islands are north-south. Hence, the island is gifted with great sandy beaches and an abundance of shells, winning awards for being the best shelling beach and one of the best beaches in Florida. USAToday has ranked shelling on Sanibel Island is ranked 7th for Best Florida Attractions and Sanibel Island as One of the Ten Top Places to Escape the Snow. Travel & Lesiure Ranked Sanibel Island #1 of the Top 10 Best U.S Shelling Beaches

The abundance and variety of shells have made Sanibel Island shell-obsessed. People come from all over the world, drawn by the song of the seashell. They parade along the sands doubled over in a stance that's been dubbed the Sanibel Stoop. Every March, they gather to compare and appreciate shell collections and shell art at the annual Sanibel Shell Fair & Show. Throughout the year, shell shops sell seashells by the seashore (and by the thousands). Shells are the dominant motif in island decor and boutique gifts. You'll find everything from finely crafted "shell-igrams" to lucite toilet seats with seashells lacquered in. (No home should be without one!)


Paradise Pathways on Sanibel Island
Riding a bike is the most intimate way to get to know Sanibel Island. ( 25 miles of paved bike paths take you almost anywhere you want to go. They lead to shops, restaurants, points of interest, wildlife centers and beaches.

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving...Wrecks and man-made reefs help restock our waters with fish for the benefit of Scuba divers and fisherman alike. More than a dozen artificial reefs lie within a 15 mile radius of Sanibel making this Florida barrier island great for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Peagus/Charlie's Reef is the newest reef installed July 1999, located 28 miles due west of Red Fish Pass. A large tug boat was added to several railroad hoppers that already have quite an assortment of residences, including barracuda, cobia, nurse shark, grouper, amber jack and a moray eel.

Chapel by the Sea...Originally built in 1901 as a schoolhouse that doubled as a church on Sundays, this charming chapel now serves as a seaside meditation site, an interdenominational church (November through April) and popular wedding spot. Trimmed in lattice fencing, the cemetery next door guards the graves of many early settlers who came to Captiva in the late 19th century to homestead and farm.

Clinic for Rehabilitation of Wildlife...Dedicated to restoring the health of Florida islands' wildlife, this well-respected facility for injured and orphaned birds and animals treats more than 3,400 patients each year. C.R.O.W. offers an educational presentation, appropriate for ages 5 and up, year-round Monday through Friday at 11:00am. The program is also available Sundays at 1:00pm from Thanksgiving through Easter. $5 requested donation for visitors 13 and older.

J. N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge...This 6,354-acre Florida wildlife refuge, named for Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist and pioneer environmentalist Jay Norwood Darling, is - at latest count - home to 220 species of birds, more than 50 types of reptiles, and 32 different kinds of mammals. The refuge features wonderful bird watching spots, bike and walking paths, winding canoe trails and a four-mile scenic drive, all of which are lush with seagrape, wax and salt myrtles, red mangrove, cabbage and sabal palms, and other native plants. A booklet available from the refuge Education Center highlights points of interest, including an observation tower where naturalists will obtain the best view of flora and fauna.

Old Town Sanibel encircles the east end of the island near the Sanibel Lighthouse. Historically, it was the center of much of the islands' activity; today, it is a place to stroll quaint village shops, inns and restaurants. The Sanibel Historical Society has produced a walking and biking tour to "yesteryear" that is approximately 2 miles long. You can pick up a map at the Chamber Visitor Center or at the Sanibel Historical Village.

Sanibel Historical Museum and Village Inc....This collection of late 19th- and early 20th-century buildings brings early Sanibel back to life in a beautifully serene setting. Dedicated to the pioneer families of Sanibel Island and Captiva Island, the Village includes "Uncle" Clarence Rutland's home, Bailey's General Store, "Morning Glories" (a Sears/Roebuck catalog home), Miss Charlotta's Tea Room, the 1926 Post Office, the Burnap Cottage, and the latest addition - the island's original schoolhouse - transplanted in late 2004 from its former Periwinkle Way location where it served as a theater for years. All of the buildings are furnished with items from the early 1900s.