Days Inn Tampa/Port of Tampa/Ybor City
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... approach rather than a cab. It's called uber. Wish us luck and hope we don't get kidnapped because uber works by having a random stranger pick you up and then you pay him or her after they have successfully dropped you off at your INTENDED location. We should get to you again tomorrow when we officially get started on our latest adventure! ...
Next on the agenda was a tour through the exhibition or suppliers halls. When we entered I couldn't imagine that there could be more people on Saturday. The first part was so crowded, elbow to elbow. One of the booths was for the group representing Tampa East. They asked me how I liked our campground and I was very honest. It is the most expensive campground we have stayed in and the least impressive. We are ...
... inside set up Donna and Ken came down and we had ham sandwiches for lunch.
It was getting close to 3:00 so we piled in the car and then we went grocery shopping. Of course there was a detour so it took longer than expected. Jerry took the towels and dark clothes down to the laundry and got them washed. In the meantime I had taken some spaghetti out to thaw so I got dinner ready. Donna brought over some salad ...
The Ease of Englewood continues!
No question that Englewood is "Old Florida." While there are tons of things going on, the pace is easy and laid back, and no doubt the average age must be around 60.
We expected to bike and walk a lot, and we have, but we have also found ourselves sitting a lot!
Good news is we really haven't moved the truck since we arrived, bad news is that has involved eating and drinking at ...
... historical district of Savannah. It was so beautiful, all the sets had these huge old trees that hung over the roads and the most amazing historic houses. The town itself had lots of restaurants and bars, especially along the water. We walked through all the streets and ended up visiting the spot where Forrest Gump sits on the bench waiting for the bus. They have removed the bench and its in the museum. After Savannah we headed to Jacksonville. Our friend from home lives there now so ...