Lands End, Condominium
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... humid) and we were on the way to Destin which was halfway between Clearwater and New Orleans. It was a 6 hour drive so I wasn't particularly looking forward to it... Clearwater was a great stop, it was fun having the dog and good company in the apartment and the beach was ok. It probably was a bit too touristy for me. A lot of billboards and signs and American chavs possibly. The sea was lovely but the apartment made up for it and at least we got to visit the restaurant ...
... forward. There is a moodiness to Europe which is understandable but perhaps prohibitive to progress. Lately, we've felt a similar mood when we've returned to the large, international airports and slogged through the miserable process of re-entering our own country. The customs official in Tampa who detained us clearly relished the power to make us weary travelers more unhappy showing his power in his ability to get us stuck (temporarily) in stir. It didn't feel like ...
... a fan's lawyer lived here and persuaded him to invest in a gallery, go figure! Val loved it so we were all happy and we will come back another time to see Shamu the killer whale. Another sunset ish but this time in a thunderstorm on Treasure Island beach sheltered by another Sloppy Joe's bar. Last beer in Ricky T's bar and it's home tomorrow ...
... golfing experience went well. The entire course was a par 38. I concluded our 18 holes with a +11, Jessica finished with +14, and Diana putted her way to a close third with +32. Each of us had a great time, no matter the expense and bug bites. Aunt Sue was in the parking lot waiting for Diana and we said our goodbyes and departed in different directions. It would be an early night since our plan was to leave the house by 7:00 a.m. to get in and out of Georgia avoiding rush ...
... there were no leftovers and my notebook says, “thumbs up!”
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