Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club
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... a couple of folding chairs for us to take to the beach and also lent us a beach umbrella. On the beach, there were several small areas cordoned off with sign saying that these were turtle egg laying spots! The sea on the gulf coast is like bath water....so warm. We spent all day sunbathing, but Jess was a bit careful as she burnt her bum the day before! In the ...
We set off from Clearwater, deciding that the gulf coast was lovely, and hoping for more of the same as we headed further south. Our next stop was at Sarasota.....briefly for some brunch and a quick look round. I'd remembered a place in Naples from when I visited Florida in 1989 called First Watch that did ...
... spotting, the highlight was the sea turtles. Manasota Key happens to be a hot spot for nesting loggerhead sea turtles. Never in my life did I think I would be lucky enough to be standing on a beach with nesting sea turtles…it just seemed so exotic…something that only happens when you are on a remote island somewhere. So the four of us ventured out late one night and were rewarded with seeing not just one, but two ...
... appropriate venue for three generations of a family to eat out together. Other diners were waiting for our table so we couldn't hang around and eft at about 8.30pm. As it's a school night, Helen didn't want to be too late getting home with Jamie and Max. I suspect Barbara and John were feeling the effects of their flight from the UK yesterday, so they dropped me back at my hotel and headed home. It was good to see Helen and Barbara again after all these years ...
... traveled in style. The Wisconsin had all of the modern luxuries, a complete kitchen, master bedroom, two guestrooms, dining/meeting room, parlor and deck on the back. The museum also houses the world’s largest miniature circus, the 44,000-piece Howard Bros. Circus Model. It depicts the entire circus process; from the train cars arriving at the station to the unloading and setting up to backstage ongoings to the circus itself.
The Museum of Art ...