BEST WESTERN PLUS Yacht Harbor Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Yacht Harbor Inn Dunedin
Comfy rooms, with mercifully powerful air-conditioning, a small but usually quiet pool, and a surprise for everyone behind the back door of the rooms. great location.
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... approach rather than a cab. It's called uber. Wish us luck and hope we don't get kidnapped because uber works by having a random stranger pick you up and then you pay him or her after they have successfully dropped you off at your INTENDED location. We should get to you again tomorrow when we officially get started on our latest adventure! ...
... it is definitely a maze. We went in one that cost nearly a million dollars and I have to say if someone were giving me any one unit our there it wouldn't be that one. We saw some nice ones though. I had planned to look at the Holiday Rambler, the Winnebago and the Tiffin Phaeton LH. Somewhere along the line of my research I had seen the Holiday Rambler Vacationer and the Winnebago Adventurer and Grand Tour 2HL ...
... inside set up Donna and Ken came down and we had ham sandwiches for lunch.
It was getting close to 3:00 so we piled in the car and then we went grocery shopping. Of course there was a detour so it took longer than expected. Jerry took the towels and dark clothes down to the laundry and got them washed. In the meantime I had taken some spaghetti out to thaw so I got dinner ready. Donna brought over some salad ...
... swimming, picnics, boating, windsurfing and kite surfing. Some guys are very good – able to leap 30ft into the air.
LONGBOAT KEY – Located west of Sarasota, this is a long barrier reef/sandbar in the Gulf of Mexico that was inhabited by alligators and snakes before circus magnate (and founder of “The Greatest Show on Earth”) John Ringling started developing it in 1917. Now, ...
... bus is parked. You usually tow a car behind (toad) so you have a smaller vehicle to explore in when you are in a campsite. Our complete rig, Bree + toad is 51ft long! 5th Wheel - kind of like a caravan in that it has to be towed by something else but articulated on the back of a pick up, but with much more room, also has slides. Truck is your vehicle for exploring. Anyway, tomorrow we will go see what they have. Great to be dry and nice to see a sunset. ...