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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... park, but it is extremely rude to forget the dog's name. 2. If your dog poops in the park, every other person in the park is aware of who's dog that was and whether or not you cleaned it up. They will become quite vocal if you don't appear to be taking care of business. 3. Every other dog in the park is well mannered, doesn't bark or bite, except yours. 4. You must be prepared to talk or at least listen ...
... is open, as well as the restaurants that serve dinner. Otherwise the sidewalks are rolled up and put away. Not at all what we expected. We came down prepared for crowds and traffic but have seen neither. Probably a function of where we are. The island seems to have 3 separate parts with 3 different personalities. We are at the north end which seems very residential. Holmes Beach, the middle, has the fire dept., library, Publix, and seems busier. We will try dinner there tomorrow, ...
... dog park visit and I am off again to the beach. It is so great to be able to walk a short block to the beach and back whenever I want. Don't have to pack up to spend the day. One big difference between this and other vacation trips is the lack of urgency to do things. Everything we want to do while we are here does not have to fit into 7 days. It is such a luxury. I ...
... in London people!!!
What we learnt about ourselves:
1. Travelling with a two year old is surprisingly fun.
2. Camping as a pregnant is surprisingly not fun.
3. We should eat more granola.
4. We should look at the stars more often.
5. We should spend more time with each other.
Overall, cracking trip. America, it's been emotional. Goodbye and goodnight for now.
Fondest wishes, Ed, Lou, Eva and Baby Cullen
... It seems to be somewhat busy but is nice and "walkable." Lots of "shell seekers."
A couple of miles south lies the more secluded Stump Pass Beach, part of Florida’s state park system. The park claims the entire southern end of the key. We have walked it several times now and there are nature trails too where you can see tortoises and egrets.North of Englewood is Blind Pass, apparently a great place ...