Blue Waters Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 52.70 on visa. It was wonderful to get back "home". Because it felt so good to back"home" we decided we did not want to go anyplace for supper. We did not have anything to cook for supper so we ordered a pizza........33.62. It was delicious and we ate half of it and put the other half in our fridge so we could have it tomorrow again. We had popcorn while watching Hawaii Five O and then Blue Bloods and then went to ...
... our first step toward becoming dog people. We are now traveling with the dog ( another stupid idea - get a dog and then retire ) and are in need of a place to get the dog some activity so we can have less craziness at home. Enter the dog park. This is a whole new world to me, with many unwritten rules. 1. It is fine to forget the name of the person you have been introduced to and seen several times at trips ...
... new families temporarily visit the time shares on or near the island, they fill the homes of our former relatives and friends and it takes away from the local quiet winter escape my ancestors once enjoyed. As familiar faces disappear I try convincing my mother to find a place to make new memories with her grandkids and siblings.
And with that final thought I flipped off the light switch, shut the door, and locked up another chapter of my ...
... We so enjoyed getting to see her. Stacy was an amazing hostess. she drove us all around St. Pete area. Stacy knew all the great places to see and eat. We actually had the red carpet suite on the third floor, with two bedrooms and bath. We only needed one bedroom, we like to sleep together. LOL. The view from our bedroom was palm trees swinging in ...
... got it's name. Recruiting Sergeants in the 18th century spent much of their time visiting Taverns in order to "Press" people into joining the British Army. Once a man had accepted the "Queen's Shilling" by fair means or foul, he was deemed to have become a recruit. Once a man had accepted the "Queen's Shilling" by fair means or foul he was deemed to have become a recruit. On entering a Tavern, a Recruiting ...