Fairfield Inn & Suites Clearwater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... running at the last minute. Can't wait to leave ("The local time is 6 am."). Flight's at 7!! Newark: here we are in Newark. Landed at 10 am, leaving around 4 pm. Our new home. And our terminal only opens at 2! Go figure.... Boarding!!!! We have the two seats together on the left side of airplane- thankfully. Pretty tight fit, but good to go. See you in two ...
... the first coca cola bottles and had beautiful gardens and old house. The day after we left Mobile and drove to Tallahassee, the state Capitol of Florida. We stopped at the naval aviation museum which was amazing, lots of cool old aircrafts and exhibits. We stopped at a town called Seaside which was lovely with lots of cute shops and beautiful beach. Next we left Tallahassee and drove to Clearwater. We watched Forrest Gump on the way to Cedar Key, a small island with ...
... Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Frankfurt, and return flight from Duesseldorf. We have tickets to a concert in Vienna. We are meeting family in Frankfurt and Budapest. We want to swim in the thermal baths in Budapest, and drink beer in Prague. Did I mention we are very excited??? Newark: well, here we are in Newark. Except the terminal we have to go to does not open until 2! How is that even ...
After the trauma of Universal Studios at 1am we decided it would good to have breakfast in bed the following morning. Having ordered the breakfasts for us all, I left the instructions hanging on the door knob and promptly forgot all about it.
So what lovely surprise when we were awoken at 10:45 by Kelly, not to be confused with Not Kelly, bringing us two gigantic trays of food. Also with ...
... some retail therapy.
I hired a car upon arrival and have been visitng a few local places including Treasure Island, Dunedin, and Tarpon Springs, the latter being a lovely little coastal town famous for it's sponge diving Greek community, so needless to say (and under orders from my Dad) I have picked up some natural sponges to bring back to the UK with me, not to mention sampling a Greek 'Gyro' for lunch, which is just like ...