Courtyard Sarasota University Park/Lakewood Ranch Area
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... packed my things I was ready to leave as well. It was hard waking Jessica as she asked me if the car was already packed and when I answered no she fell back asleep. Then I reminded her of the allusive lizard and it didn’t take her long to get her suitcase in the car and wait for me in the passenger seat.
When everything was squared away I said goodbye to the house, perhaps for the last time. The memories of the Florida ...
... torture of the pond and wondered what happened when they were too large to remain as a guest at this roadside attraction. I was later informed they would leave the golf course when they reached adult stature and would be transported to another attraction called Jungle Gardens. This made me feel only a little better now that I knew they would never experience a gators natural habitat and have to re-acclimate to a culture where they were not bred.
... I watched. I spent the gazillion hours it seemed to last just making fun of every scenario. When someone can explain to me the true meaning then maybe I can relax on the harsh criticism. I don’t expect to watch it again and am highly concerned by the mention of the dead cat’s tail.
Finally the movie was over so I straightened out my crossed eyes and made Jessica go for a ride. Dusk was setting in and I wanted to see the sun ...
... lunch and dinners, dips in the pool and a trip to the beach for breakfast all filled the days. Everyone left on Sunday and we had a full day with Mom and Dad.
Monday afternoon we headed for Tampa to catch our Us Airways flights to Phoenix, on to Las Vegas, and finally, Hawaiian Air red-eye to Honolulu, arriving at five a.m.
Home at last! ...
... ve been here, we have always been in a hurry and never bothered to look around. Bob discovered a small lake where model boats are raced and a defunct skating rink. Later we enjoyed “Deathtrap” and fell into bed.
Our Rand McNally entertained us with “millisecond” for MS and “Mobil” for Mobile as we traveled on through Mississippi and Alabama. Bob pointed out the USS Alabama ...
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