Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Lakeland / Plant City
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... takes up about two thirds of it, including the top floors. The top floor used to be for nannies, servants and children, so they didn't disturb the rich parents who needed peace and quiet. The hotel was used as headquarters for thousands of troops leaving for the American Spanish war, including Teddy Roosevelt's rough riders. It had half a million dollars worth of furnishings collected by Mr and Mrs Plant from all over Europe. It felt a bit cluttered with them all, plus ...
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... painting with an illusion in it - two people who turned into an old man's face if you looked at it the right way. Daniel was very interested that at that point in time they had such amazing artists and that people from humble backgrounds can grow up and make such an impression on the world. He really liked Dali's melting clocks because it's such a famous painting and such a lot of detail went into ...
... Bay area is - Yep - as in the Wizard of Oz ' There's no place like home'.
After crossing the Skyway Bridge we hit Pinellas Country and we decided to stop for a Coffee/Cappuccino. So where did we stop - Yep you guessed it - The famous Mazzaro's in St Pete. Afterwards we returned the rental and headed home - preparing for the next leg of our Adventure which is Mexico - Cabo.
Well most of our travels are over and we are getting geared up for school. Monday starts the beginning of our homeschooling, football practice for Nick and Sarah's arm check-up. Tuesday starts volleyball for Hannah which will be interrupted Thursday by her trip with me to Ethiopia. So I thought I would take this blog to share with you some of my favorite "Sights of the Summer."
My first sight this year ...