Bavarian Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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... 52.70 on visa. It was wonderful to get back "home". Because it felt so good to back"home" we decided we did not want to go anyplace for supper. We did not have anything to cook for supper so we ordered a pizza........33.62. It was delicious and we ate half of it and put the other half in our fridge so we could have it tomorrow again. We had popcorn while watching Hawaii Five O and then Blue Bloods and then went to ...
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Maureen and I are embarking on a journey across the United States from St. Petersburg Florida to California. We have both dreamed about this trip for over 35 years, it's finally happening! We are staying in homes owned by current and former teachers whom we contacted through the Educators ...
... the sponge industry in the 1930's. Evidently a red algae bloom in 1947 wiped out the sponge beds and many in the industry switched to shrimping and fishing.
We found the town quite unique with all the Greek restaurants and small, locally owned shops. We had dinner at Rusty Bellies on the waterfront and had a delicious Gyro the next day for lunch.
... camper tonight.
Sat to have our
cocktails and the cousin Eddy and his wife (National Lampoon) arrived on the motor bike pulling the popup.
They were soaked!! Opened the popup and it smelled like mushrooms were
growing in it from being so wet. The mattress was wet, the blankets,
pillows, everything. What a mess. David strung a line to hang stuff and we had
mattresses on the truck, blankets, pillows, strewn everywhere - ...
... amp;B. We were shown our bedroom and it was so nice here that we decided to stay an extra night. After a chat and house tour we headed out to Tarpon Springs centre where strangely enough a Greek festival was in full swing (the Greeks had moved to the area in the 1900's to take advantage of the sponge farming opportunities and never left). The centre was really quaint and pretty and was right on the coast full of Greek and seafood restaurants. We strolled ...