Hampton Inn & Suites Tarpon Springs
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... and we arrived at the apartment complex by a man and his dog. No not a joke, literally a man a his dog. Not only was he a man and a dog but a very handsome Italian guy and the cutest Labrador/pit bull I have ever met. He carried (did I mention carried??) my bag to my room for me and then we chatted in the kitchen for a while. He showed us how his dog high fives you and plays dead when you pretend to shoot him. (Sometimes it's just the little things) in the back ...
... forward. There is a moodiness to Europe which is understandable but perhaps prohibitive to progress. Lately, we've felt a similar mood when we've returned to the large, international airports and slogged through the miserable process of re-entering our own country. The customs official in Tampa who detained us clearly relished the power to make us weary travelers more unhappy showing his power in his ability to get us stuck (temporarily) in stir. It didn't feel like ...
Looking forward to
meeting David and Ellen in Tarpon Springs Florida today. Guess they've
had an awful wet ride. Bad enough that they stayed in a hotel at least
one night. Ellen must have worked hard for that one. Lol
Drove on an old
highway for about 40 miles where one side of the road was lush green
trees and shrubs. The other side was all brown with most everything
dead. Very strange.
Another too close for ...
Checked out of the hotel and headed to the ship a little before Noon. It was only about 5 min by cab, to the pier. The line to drop your luggage was extremely long, and took us almost 20 min. Then upstairs for a much shorter security line, and no line for Suite Guest check in.
The best benefit of being in a suite was that the room ...
Today John, Sandra, Jeff and I decided to take a trip a few miles north to Tarpon Springs. This is an area where Greeks have historically dived for sponges. The town has a distinctly Greek flavor. The minute you step out of your car you can smell the Greek food cooking from the many ethnic restaurants. We had made reservations for a nature cruise that went from the Tarpon Springs Harbor several miles out ...