4 Siesta Village Suites
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We have one week under our belts at home in Florida. The joys of travel and homecoming have now faded with the reality of taking care of business.
As I wrote last week we did some pressing essentials right away but instead of decreasing, our "to do" list seems to be growing by leaps and bounds. This morning I scheduled appointments for repairs to our dishwasher, ice maker and wine fridge. They all decided to let us know they been missing us!
... slipping into the background. When we met an old friend from Europe this morning we exchanged the typical greeting kisses...the first time since we've been back.
I'm thrilled that I'm behind the wheel of a car once again and yes, it's like riding a horse, I haven't forgotten how! I miss the mid-morning coffee breaks and the strolls on the playa. My daily walking distances have ...
... bags off him for fear he would break his back!! (he could hardly lift them, let alone carry them to my car)! Sat on the beach looking at the pier at sunset. Wrote postcards whilst sitting on the sand, watching pelicans swoop for fish in the sea in front of me. It's as idilic as it sounds! Was sitting on the balcony this evening, catching up on some emails-but kept hearing rattles from the trees below me ...(I think it was a snake-eeeeep!!) -so came inside ...
... around the shops and stopped for a coffee and to open my birthday cards. It's so warm, it really doesn't feel like my birthday -apparently its snowing at home-Luton airport has had to close! Was lovely to open some cards. My best friend jess (who gave me a card in aug-that's ridiculous planning!) always puts confetti in her cards-but for some reason, I forgot this. I opened the card whilst sat outside the cafe, and it exploded glittery champagne glasses all over me! Made ...
... Florida had rolled out the red carpet for our return. As we used our phones and ipad to catch up on email and conversations with family members the trip passed quickly and we were standing in our driveway in about an hour.
You can't imagine how nice it was to punch in our code to open the garage and be greeted by the sight of home sweet home. The cars were sparkling clean thanks to the TLC given them by our wonderful friend Rick Borres.
We entered ...
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140 Columbus Blvd, Siesta Key | 2 star hotelfrom $103
- Not what we expected
- Conveniently by the beach
- Great little spot!
6717 SaraSea Circle, Siesta Key | 3 star hotelfrom $177
- Home away from home
- Loved the Tropical Shores
- Dawn was a delight
5311 Ocean Blvd., Siesta Key | 1 star hotelfrom $107
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