Hampton Inn & Suites Sarasota-Bradenton Airport
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Bit above the normal budget, but was handy to where we ended the day.
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Friday, 7 August: Just an on the road day started this morning. Nothing exciting, just the drive back north via the West Coast of Florida. Passed through the Everglades National Park and an Indian reservation on the way to our overnight stop at Saratosa. In the Indian reservation stopped for lunch and noticed the services station, store and food …
Tis the night before flight, only 1 creature remain stirring, while the other is with wine and close to his sight blurring. Only 4 1/2 hours away... wait, this d@m- autocorrect on this new phone keeps leading thou words astray...anyway... the creature still packs to the husband's dismay. To be connived...or ...
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I looked off to my right and what did I see??? A place that sold food. Yippeee, seeing how I hadn't eaten in a couple hours, I sauntered, at my age I should be shuffling, over and behold and low they offered shrimp. Yessir, I ordered up some deep fried fresh shrimp with fries and a coke. I put my behind at a table outside, overlooking the sea and soon the feast arrived. Ignoring the birds that were begging, I enjoyed ...
... of Florida. Tomorrow we should be able to see the Everglades and, if all goes well, end our day in Key West! Although we hit a little rain this morning, it is suppose to be nice and dry in Florida tomorrow. No impact from the hurricane which is impacting the mid-East Coast states. No pics today, but should have a few from the Everglades and our trip to Key West tomorrow Trip Totals National Parks: 12 Miles Driven: 5316 States Entered: ...
Our first stop this morning (not counting the grandparents' early jaunt to the Amish shop on Bahia Vista) was at the Phillippi Farmer's Market, where we talked to some humane society cats and dogs, drank coffee, bought strawberries & other produce (sadly not organic) and admired the beautiful tropical flowers and bonsai trees. A little wooden truck was bought for the kids back home, and T got a jar of pickles which N declared ...