Fairfield Inn and Suites Tampa North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... his nation in both ways, Girl Bird Johnson ran his legislative workplace, doing the correspondence, managing political troubles, conference with constituents as well as typically being her other half's prime representative.
In 1943 she invested exactly what stayed of the settlement from her mama's estate into a virtually broke radio station, which she operated and handled herself, and constructed it into a media empire. As ...
... home, rode across the bay on the causeway then up US-19, decided to stop in Thunder Tavern for a pit stop as Di needed a wee wee and I needed a drink, it was about 11pm and still riding in just a hoodie at some high speeds so shows how warm it still was. We sat outside enjoying warm autumn night before jumping back on the bike for the last short leg home, great ...
Had a lay in, got up at 6:15am, slowly starting to get our body clocks reset...lol As it was such a nice morning and we had a few spare hours before our couch was due to be delivered we decided to fire the bikes up and go for a ride. Di was really nervous as it was her first ride this trip. We set off in the direction of Dade City, this proved a perfect route as it had a bit of everything, well almost, there was ...
... little out of the way it also gives us the opportunity of meeting up with more fellow cruisers. This time Pam and Scott from Zephyrhills, who we met on Freedom back in 2006, and who we have seen a couple of times since but sadly not on a ship. They were on the Allure the week before us so that was bad timing.
After a late breakfast we make our way westward on I-4 until we reach Busch Gardens. The temperatures are soaring by the time we ...
... and connection with the Universe. I framed my favorite quote from the book, and re-read it whenever I need to be reminded to love everything exactly as it is and see all as an opportunity to grow and learn (Side note: If you're one of those people that read this in high school and couldn't get through it, try again. It's worth it.) This book inspired me to find my sense of self and had a profound influence on my decision to move and explore ...