AmericInn Hotel & Suites Sarasota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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We arrived at Siesta Key and decided to park up and have a drink while we pondered the accommodation options. Top of the list came the Tropical Breeze resort, a collection of little chalet style housed sprawled over a few blocks. They looked very nice and were fairly cheap. So, we finished our drinks, booked a room on my phone, and drove the hundred yards or so to ...
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 ...
We tumbled into Marcus's brother and sister-in-law’s beach house on Sunday night, and immediately thrust the kids into the sea air for a sunset walk on the beach. Beautiful sunset and great way to stretch everyone’s legs and say goodnight to a day that started with manatees in Key Largo. The next three days were balanced between wonderful visits with the Carter family in Arcadia, Florida, and beach time on Manasota Key. Marcus grew ...
We started the day with coffee around the pool and then went to the beach. I walked for two hours with Steve looking for sharks teeth whilst Maggie and Norma after a shorter walk spent time chatting in the sea to cool off. Norma Maggie and I after changing went to the coffee shop for a lovely lunch and a bit of shopping , finishing off with our first bar b q at their home....perfect end to the ...
... of the "orvos" (doctor) with his flu-shot-like syringe. He also liked peeking into the many salons on the street and talking about haircuts. Window shopping the antique stores was fun, too.
What a long day! When we got home it was time to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah! We lit the two candles, managed to recite the whole prayer, and exchanged some gifts. Here's to a lovely week of being thankful for family, sunshine, and funny toddler ...