Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Lakeland / Plant City
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... they are definitely a little bit bigger and the tail is shaped differently. We had hoped to go swimming with the manatees while we were in Florida but unfortunately we won’t have time and will have to save that for another trip.
We rolled into Tampa around 4 o’clock and checked into our cheap hotel just outside the Busch Gardens Amusement park. We had purchased tickets in the Black Friday Sale and saw that they actually gave us entry to the park ...
... scrub and pine flatwoods (low pine trees that grow in sand similar to beach sand), leading to 3 acre Osprey Lake.
Friday 11/21 -12/8 On Friday morning we headed to Paradise Pine RV Resort in the Land O’Lakes area north east of Tampa. This will be our home until January. The resort has 81 spaces and is the nicest RV resort we have stayed in. All spaces are privately owned, unique in lot size and shape and very well maintained. It ...
... us go without paying. Compare that to the big city Jeep dealer - an hour and $79.95 just to look at it. I wonder how long it would have taken them to notice it. They probably would have sent me back to U-Haul.
So that was Hamburg. Great town. Next stop: Smithville. We stopped here for gas. I got my picture taken in front of the post office, and got some shots of the water tower. Nearly all small towns in the midwest have ...
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 ...