Casa Loma Motel on the Waterfront
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... can I say? I loved it. Every minute. There is nothing like gliding over the water. Also the fact that Lovers Key is so empty.
When we left, we stopped near the estaury and to our surprise found some manatees lounging in the water. What a beautiful farewell gift.
Tomorrow is our last real vacation day.
... entrance the rains came. It doesn't rain in Florida in February. Between June and September, it rains between 2pm and 4pm each day and that's it, but we had summer rains today several months early, which cooled the temperature down very rapidly. It must have rained for at least an hour and a half. The weather forecast on Bill's television indicated that in that 90 minutes Cape Coral had 3.1" of rain, but it just soaked away as quickly as it came down. It was now ...
... Bangers (and mash and Guinness onion gravy) was my pub meal of choice. The sausages tasted like 'normal' sausages that you might get at home. Apparently the landlord has a special supplier because US sausages aren't made of pork and don't have the taste and texture of Irish sausages. We were home by 9.30pm and were ignored by the four cats: Lola (the boss), Alfie (the one who is always trying to get out), Eric (the runt of his litter who is now a very big cat, but not ...
... 45 seconds was a step too far, as was the zip line the following day. I've done both in the past, but I had enough adventure without that as well. (Also, we suspect the quality of the water in the water slide contributed to Ben and Poppy's illness and the return of David's health issues.)
A quiet day on Monday was very welcome and then a couple of days following the tourist trails of Manuel Antonio National Park on Tuesday and Doka coffee estate, Poas Volcano ...
... sad cause she did not get a placing in the running like the other 2) , arrived over and wanted to bake something. A pasta salad first, then the overripe banana came out of the deep freeze (what do you keep those for, she asked?) - yes,they do make good banana muffins. Then a batch of meringues....by this stage, there were 3 youngies in the kitchen all helping - Couper insisted on sitting in front of the 'lit' oven door , watching and waiting for them to cook. Those ...