Hampton Inn & Suites Tampa East
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- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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... Our goal is to post the highlight moments of our journey. We hope you will enjoy following us. Everything is ready to go. Played my last game at Mangrove Bay, our local golf course, for two months. Maureen and I are packing and will leave early on Jan 7, destination New Orleans for 2 days. Will post from there.
During breakfast in a St Petersburg cafe we were delighted that two sets of cops came by for their cwaffee with glocks and tasers. After that, we went to the Henry B Plant Museum. It was built by Mr Plant as a 500-room hotel in 1886 at a time when Tampa was just a fishing village. It cost $3m at a time Mark Twain called the Gilded Age, when indulgence and decadence were all the rage. It was part of Mr Plant's railway system that criss-crossed Florida and brought ...
Last night when I walked to get a snack at a gas station I had my first moment of utter confusion. It hit me that I didn't know where in the country I was. My first thought was California but I knew that wasn't right then I remembered I was in Atlanta.
I forgot to include in my blog last night a great story. The Braves organist is quite possibly the most sarcastic organist in the majors, if no the world. When many of the opposing batters came to the plate she (or ...
... Florida stopping briefly in Ozark, AL, Goodlettsville, TN, Wilmington, OH and then finally arriving 3 days later to Geneva-On-The-Lake, OH to check up on our lake cottage's recent improvements.
Next stop was west to Sandusky, OH, to set up camp and prepare for grandsons, Austin & Cory to arrive for a 10 day vacation with ...
... sweetest sound. The vista from the marina was spectacular. Small islands and keys dotted the water and big, beautiful houses lined the shores. Absolutely gorgeous! We were filthy, hungry, weary and slightly worse for the wear but we had finally arrived!
And so ended the Great Crossing. It was scary, it was grueling and it was challenging. It lasted 18 hours so it was exhausting. The Captain and First Mate thought this might be considered a slightly rough Crossing. ...