Holiday Inn Express Venice/Sarasota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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First we went to Marie Selby Botanical Garden. Enjoyed the walk through the gardens, as well as the tour through the Payne home. We then went to the Mote Aquarium, enjoyed that as well. Went to tavern on Main in historic Sarasota for a beer. Stopped for dinner at Evies Tavern off of University ...
... security walls and gardens, with the trees on either side of the road creating a canopy to drive through , meeting in the middle of the narrow road. Homes, belonging to some wealthy well known celebrities - Oprah and the ex President Bush family to name only 2.
Lovely Inter coastal waterway Tiki bars (Island style), nestled between the water and mangroves, made for pleasant stops along the way (to cool the ...
... river in downtown Bradenton - there they have the oldest Manatee in the world ,born in captivity in July 1948....just 5 months older than me. A graceful old beast, that enjoyed being handfed at meal time, while the other Manatee (being rescued and returning to the wild on recovery), fed on the lettuces thrown to them protruding out of holes cut into a long pipe. Once thrown in the water, the lettuce pipe slowly sank ...
9:25pm We have been driving around Punta Gotda to scope out the customers house for tomorrow. Then we hit a Wendy's. Just got back to the truck. Staying at a Pilot truck stop tonight. I added new, better pics to "late night surgery". Go check them out. You can see right inside JPs finger! ...
Here is what we have found out about this shark tooth stuff:
Collecting prehistoric shark teeth has been a past time of residents and visitors for years.
Teeth can be brown, black or grey and can vary in size. Most of the ones we have seen are actually quite small.
Sharks of all species continually shed their teeth and grow new ones. They ...