Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Vero Beach - Oceanside
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This week was my first one at the Manatee Center, the second part of my internship! I was sad to leave the Florida Coast Spring Training's staff because I enjoyed my time with them. I was a little bit sceptic about my new job at the Manatee Center because it was a new world for me. I didn't know so many things about the fishes, manatees and the Indian River Lagoon. Fortunately, the staff is very nice with me and they took me where I was! I learned a bunch of things during ...
... even with random thunder echoing around us, the lightning siren didn't go off and we were able to play a full round! It was really fun to play with my Uncle, and although we did not have the best of days, I couldn't complain too much! After golf, I was treated to dinner with my Mom's family, and we talked memories all night. Between stories about my diaper days and gossiping about the family, I was happy to see everyone. It wasn't anything fancy, since I ...
... to go see the west and my advice to them was buy a motorhome, class A and see America. After we ate Wolf went to play golf. He only played 10 holes because a slow foursome in front of him would not let him play through and he was paired with a couple who's husband was very rude to his wife so Wolf dumped them. He came home and of course you know what we did then....... a long game of CORNHOLE, so long that we did not even get to ...
... were made. Of the many seen, one set was over 6 feet wide, meaning she was likely a Loggerhead turtle. I'm so disappointed that I missed seeing her. All the other sets were approximately 3 feet wide, so they were either a Green or Leatherback turtle.
Once the sun hit the sand I was able to inspect for signs that BP had reached us.
1. Sand - ...
... sidewalk to me it's the pavement - you know what I mean - silly language...). I had to sit on my hands at one point, well at least then, my trousers (or pants depending on your language) soaked up the sweaty palms. Not that I am saying Doug couldn't drive, it's just so different on the other side (where have I heard that before?). The next shift off I decided to go and lie down in the back - got to be better with ...