Beso Del Sol Resort
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... she was presented in 1961 with the Businesswoman's Award by the Business and also Professional Women's Club, as well as in 1963 with a Sector Citation from the American Women in Radio & & Television. She likewise was an energetic charity event for cardiovascular disease prevention in the Washington neighborhood and in 1962 obtained the Differentiated Achievement Honor, from the Washington Heart Organization." From First Ladies
... right on the bay and perfect to watch the sun setting . As we were starving we ordered some food and of course some drinks to cool us down lol The Rev Kings was playing on the outdoor stage which over looks the beach volley ball court, they really rocked the place! Flying Brian, Ice, Joe Pep and Tana joined us, great night . All to soon it was time to start ...
... lol. Next on the agenda was breakfast, just on the outskirts of Dade City we found the 'Black Eyed Pea' cafe. What a find, I had the skillet and Di had corned beef hash with eggs and hash browns, yummy with great prices. We had to get a move, as our couch was due to be delivered between 11:30 & 2pm, luckily we arrived home with time to spare. Di went off with Sarah to get some GHD hair ...
... lore with a skull island, pirate ship and buried treasure themed holes, It is a very exciting one too. James took an early lead with Jane showing promise throughout but Meg and Myself kept to it, and doggedly pulled back taking joint 1st place by the final hole one point from James and two points from Jane.
We took the last Jolly Trolly home and and had a few beers before ...
... a powerwash but served up comfort food at great prices (perhaps explaining why we were the youngest people in the place by a generation).
We did do a little tennis and biking but a lot of our time was spent wandering. We made our way up to Tarpon Springs which, at one time, was the centre of a lucrative sponge diving industry. I wasn't even aware that harvesting sponges from the sea could even be ...