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    Our tips for what to do in Fort Myers

    Baseball reporters Nick Cafardo and Peter Abraham offer tips on how to get the most of your trip to spring training.

    Nick Cafardo

    Places to eat

    • Nino’s (Italian)

    • Prawnbroker (seafood)


    • Blue Pointe (seafood)

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    • The Edison (Fort Myers Country Club)

    • Mona Lisa (Italian)

    Things to do (besides watch baseball)

    • Visit Sanibel and Captiva (beaches, restaurants).

    • Visit shopping outlet malls.


    • Go fishing.

    • Go house hunting (real estate bargains).

    • Go walking/running.

    Peter Abraham

    Places to eat

    • Blue Pointe

    • Bistro 41


    • Matzaluna on Sanibel Island

    • Shoeless Joe’s

    Things to do (besides watch the Red Sox)

    • You can play golf at dozens of courses in the area. You literally can’t drive more than a few minutes without being close to a course.

    • Go to the beach at Sanibel Island or Fort Myers Beach.

    • Go fishing. There are as many places to get a nibble as there are to play golf

    • Go shopping. There are a lot of outlets stores in the area.

    • Go see another team play. The Twins are in Fort Myers and the Rays are up the road in Port Charlotte.

    Tips for fans attending spring training

    • Be polite asking for autographs. Yelling out last names is not being polite.

    • Get to know an usher. He could help you find a better seat.

    • Sunscreen! You’ll be red as a Maine lobster sitting in those stands without it.

    • Go watch the minor leaguers work out or see them play.