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... with a friend, a musician, and I am very grateful to him for not only putting me up (and him taking his sofa by giving me his bedroom!), but for also giving his time up to showing me his Florida. He drove me all over the place and my, you need a car here...this is not an East Coast city that is walkable. This is HUGE. I am beginning to see how big the USA is from my little experience here. My friend lives on the Davis Island, a little island in Tampa Bay ...
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... originally settled Dunedin in the nineteenth century. Two Scotsmen, J.O. Douglas and James Sumerville, named the settlement Dunedin, the original name of Edinburgh, their hometown in Scotland. Sister city to Stirling, Scotland, Dunedin has maintained and embraced its Scottish roots. Once a year, Scottish clans descend upon the city for the Dunedin Highland Games. Both Dunedin High School and Dunedin Highland ...
... we notice tropical storm "Get Peter out the Sun" arriving.
So with all of that excitement we determine to call it a day for sunbathing and get ready to go out for the evening. We are going to The Gondolier restaurant by the Jolly Trolley, this is a local bus service that runs from 10am to 10pm.
It costs $2 (1.60) each to go where you like? It's true ...