La Quinta Inn & Suites Tampa Brandon West
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... asked for Asparagus with her steak and ended up with a plate of rice instead. I suggested that with her English accent maybe our waiter had heard Asparagrice. Still, the food was good. Our aggregated score was 3.5/5 Shrimps (due to the shrimp sides). The extra 0.5 was from Russ and Emma's mini milk shakes. In all it was a hugely enjoyable first day. Time for sleep. Tomorrow is the Everglades and the Coopertown boat tour !! ...
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