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Travel Blogs from Englewood
... br> 6. Climbing Black crabs
7. A raccoon
Next we went to a market and some shops.
In the afternoon we went to the beach at Siesta Key. It was very hot.
Finally, we drove back home and had a swim.
US fact: They have dimes (10c), quarters (25c) and 1c pieces.
... Once we got back to where we were to started, we drove to some different shops and had some lunch. Then we drove to Siesta Key and had a swim at the beach.
Then we went back to the hotel and had a swim in the pool.
Fact: The driver is on the left hand side of the car and drives on the right hand side of the road, opposite to Australia
... wow...property values really are low in comparison. While some homes are in foreclosure, it is not all because of the debt crisis.
Many properties here have just not held their value in the face of the economic times. We looked at many and it would be fair to say that a 2 or 3 bedroom home, with 2 or 3 baths, carport or garage and covered pool (on owned land) could be found for under $150,000. Taxes seem quite low as well. ...
... we celebrated with a steak dinner and were inspired watching Jacques Pepin, the gourmet cook!
We could not depart from Hackensack the next morning without a walkabout of Mann Lake LTD., the beekeeping business from which we have purchased countless bee supplies. Bob seriously considered the new mesh bee suits on display, but none were in stock in his size. For the next several hours we crept along highway ...
... Ava is a squid fanatic (Grandpa bought her a stuffed one on our last visit—we’re season ticketholders!) and she and Lauren loved the touch tanks. We three also participated in an interactive presentation using touch screens; the mission was to find Claire, a dolphin with a new baby. When we arrived home, poor Grandpa Bob was in the finishing stages ...