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... much pondering, we decided to cook in our little house, as we probably won't get many places with a kitchen and eating out all day every day gets a bit pricey. We went to the village supermarket and Jan cooked a lovely risotto. We wondered if we could stay another night at Siesta Key as it was so nice, but we're running out of time and have to move on.....next stop, ...
... brunch, so set the satnav for there. On that subject, the cheap satnav that I bought off eBay before we left the UK has been brilliant....would have really struggled without it. Top tip for anyone thinking of driving a lot abroad. First Watch was still very good....usual american portions! Next, off to Siesta ...
... flight we experienced a medical emergency. I was glad I could assist the flight attendant with the defibrillator. After a return emergency landing back at Denver, we made it to Anchorage around 1 am local time (4 am Florida time). Stumbeling down the stairs (literally) to our room at the Backpackers Inn, we closed our eyes for a few hours. Good ...
... a chance to catch up on what's been going on in the intervening years. I'm glad I had the opportunity to meet John, who I've heard of over the years, but had never met. Jamie and Max were a credit to Helen and Dave and I'm pleased that I've now had the chance to meet them in person. In keeping with the slower pace of the final week of my trip I went for a short stroll up the road to the local theatre and back at about 10pm. I'll explore more tomorrow in the ...
... John Ringling’s private art collection is maintained. It was opened in 1931 and is designated as Florida’s official state art museum. There are 21 galleries housing over 10,000 pieces including paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, books, sculpture, tapestries, busts and weaponry from around the world spanning centuries from ancient to contemporary periods. The most famous items in the museum are the collections of 16th-20th century ...