About: Dianne

My love of travel started in the sixth grade when I visited the ocean for the first time. After that there was no looking back. Over the years I've traveled at every opportunity, and in 2009 I started working for Valley Tours in Stillwater, MN as a tour director. I have much experience traveling myself, leading groups, and travel/tour planning. My desire going forward is to help people to see the world - to travel to places they've only dreamed about!

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Doc Ford’s in Fort Myers Beach

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Doc Ford’s Rum Bar and Grill is located water side just before the Matanzas Pass Bridge which takes you to Fort Myers Beach (Estero Island), Florida. I stopped in for an appetizer and some conch chowder recently and was treated with excellent service, a beautiful view, and some really good food. New York Times best.
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Road Trip to the North Shore

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I took a road trip to the North Shore of Minnesota this past weekend. Lake Superior is one of my favorite destinations in Minnesota. The weather was sunny, a bit on the cool side, especially right by the lake, but still pretty nice. Our first stop was to walk along the bike trail along the.
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A Trip to Key West

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I took the high speed ferry (Key West Express) to Key West yesterday. The day started with a wonderful sunrise and dolphins following the boat out of Fort Myers. The trip down there took about three and a half hours and was very enjoyable and relaxing way to get there. Once docked, I set out.
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I Moved to Florida!

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Earlier this month my dreams became a reality when I moved to Fort Myers, Florida! I am working remotely and this will allow me to spend 7 months a year in Florida and 5 in Minnesota and traveling. I’ve only been here a month, but have tried to pack in as much as I could!.
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I completed another bucket list item recently – I wrote a book – just a short ebook, but, hey, that counts too. It’s written mainly for women that are hesitant to travel alone (or even alone with a tour group). I hate to see anyone missing out on the awesomeness of this world – or.
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