Hampton Inn Tampa International Airport / Westshore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Florida sunset. Made special by me seeing my first Pelican :-) The girls retired and Mike and I went for a walk ( Mike actually skated!). Finally off to bed, knackered again but happy with another great day. All topped off with me on the floor again, right next to the air con! It was a long, noisy night, but we were dreaming of roller coasters as we were off to Busch Gardens first thing tomorrow. ...
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8:00am - 10:00am We delivered a small shipment in this neighborhood. By "we" I mean that JP was out there sweating and hauling while I sat in the truck eating Parmesan garlic triscuits and cherry mixed fruit cups. The atv on the back is gone. Jp is like thank god we don't have to worry about it anymore...truthfully I had forgotten all about it days ago. We finally got some coffee at a little gas station store called ...
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... She gave me a coy look and asked where I was from. I pointed the the novelty flag on the wall that was made from sheet metal, it was silly to point cause she couldn't see the flag where she was standing because of a post and a wooden divider for the booth next to mine. "Australia" I finally said realising my pointing error. "Really? Me too!" I frowned at her, and her thick American accent. "I grew up in St Clair, Sydney." No ...