119SERVICESUSING A BUYER'S AGENTThere is also much to learn and understand before you buy anything on Marco. If you have the itch to buy something, let me be your exclu-sive "Buyer's Agent" to help you make the right decision. As your Buyer's Agent, I represent you and your best interest at all times. There are several hundred Realtors on Marco that advertise hundreds of different properties in newspapers, magazines and on the internet. Calling each differ-ent Realtor and all the advertised properties can be very time consuming. My suggestion is to take the advice of AARP and work with one exclusive Buyer's Agent like me.My team will do all that time consuming work and save you valuable time and money, while you enjoy your vacation. Feel free to call me on my di-rect line cell phone at 239-592-3000 or stop by our main offi ce at 207 N. Collier Blvd - just one block north of Residents' Beach and San Marco Rd. We are at the corner of Saturn Court and N. Collier Blvd. The picture of our building is at the begin-ning of the article. Ask for Joe Charde, aka "THE GURU." You have nothing to lose. Marco is not your average island and I am not your average Joe. My 30 years experience is your best investment. Marco sells itself. We will help you make the wisest decision. The best is yet to come.4.9.12Joseph B Charde, Broker/RealtorDirect Line: 239-592-3000 Joe.email@example.comRealty Review... Continued from page 117View our website by scanning this QR code.
Day 6 - Nature & NaplesOn your way to Naples you'll pass Naples Outlet Center, which offers some great shopping at factory outlet prices. A little further down 951 you'll pass Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center - a great place to learn about the fl ora & fauna of SW Florida. CORKSCREW SWAMP SANCTUARYThis is one of my favorite places in the whole world! The board-walk through ancient forest is alive If you're here on a Sunday, join the crowds at Stan's in Goodland for a SW Florida tradition - live music, fun and a fashion show by Fia's Island Woman! During thequieter summer season you may want to call fi rst.Stan's in GoodlandDaY 5 - Retail therapy & moreSHOPPINGWe're only a small island, but Marco has lots of great one-of-a-kind stores and we have everything covered right here on the island. Our main shopping centers are the Esplanade, Island Plaza, Marco Town Center Mall, Marco Walk, Olde Marco and the Shops of Marco, and there are also many other smaller malls Ice Cream ParlorsBeebe's Ice CreamChocolate StrawberryCold Stone CreamerySweet Annie'sand stand alone stores dotted around the island like Sunsations and Sunshine Booksell-ers on S. Collier Blvd and Island Trends on N. Collier Blvd. See our easy to follow map on page 152 or our Shopping Guide, starting on page 47 to help you fi nd exactly what you're looking for.A DAY AT THE SPAFresh salt air and sunshine can play havoc with your skin and hair, so why not pamper yourself with a luxu-rious day at one of Marco's fabulous beauty salons/spas? We recommend: Angel Nails; 642-3031, The Spa, Hilton Marco Island; 642-2144, Mailees Spa & Nails; Live EntertainmentCapri Fish HouseDj Night at Da Vinci'sThe EsplanadeThe Little Bar Mango'sNacho Mama'sOff the Hook Comedy ClubSasso'sSnook Inn 394-8339, Marco Nail Spa; 389-5259, Salon & Spa Botanica; 394-6633, and Skin Renewal Systems; 394-1083. RENT YOUR OWN BOATIf shopping or the spa is not for you, why not rent a boat now you know the area a little better? Rose Marina, 394-2502 rent top quality boats so try your hand at fi shing, tour the canals, or take a beach picnic with you to one of the local gorgeous deserted islands for some wonderful shelling. with incredible wildlife. If you can, go on a sunny day because dappled sunlight fi ltering through the trees makes everything especially beautiful. Choose the long walk (2½ miles) or take a shortcut - either way it's amazing. Continued on page 122continued from page 118120