Days Inn Sarasota/Siesta Key
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11:30ish - 2:15pm We got to Venice. JP is unloading stuff here in this rather glitzy neighborhood. The guy here let me come inside the house to sit where it's cool. Poor JP is out there roasting and sweating. It is very, very humid. This job was supposed to take a half ...
Today we headed to the Beach at Siesta Keys, I'm not a particular fan of flat white beaches where the only thing to do is swim around in a flat sea, then sitting around on a beach getting sand in everywhere and boiling alive. (which means funnily enough I actually prefer going to the beach in Britain, where there are waves, cliffs and its absolutely freezing) And I wasn't hugely impressed that was exactly how it turned out. ...
Leaving Dunedin for now and heading south across the bay to Bradenton, a fairly short journey of 40 minutes at most, lengthened by a raid on Barnes&Noble books. We arrived at the hotel, which is apparently haunted, according to the Bradenton paranormal society (presumably 2 lonely men with a rented garage and a minivan) who saw white figures walking the halls while doing renovation ...
... the infected individual that the herpes simplex virus isn't there already. Which proved very hard for that virus to generally be clinically detected, even fooling blood test results. Despite lack of known permanent cure, medical examiners still were develop prevention medicines enough to prevent breakouts and flare-ups. This is the most how the medical world can offer even now. They however have proven to be effective particularly in controlling ...
... every 30 min. for three hours, hoping for the best. I then used the drippings and leftover basting sauce combined with some coffee and baking soda to make a quick gravy. Both turned out really good if I do say so myself. It was sweet and salty with just the right amount of fat (I was worried about my trimming) and chewiness. Kaitlyn’s cheesy potatoes were on point, as always, and even kicked up a notch with crushed goldfish crackers as the topping. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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