Hotel Indigo Sarasota
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we wanted to purchase one and were told to go to the church. A kind lady gave us a handful and she received a 10-euro donation for the church. The night was finished with packing for tomorrow’s departure when, to our immense surprise and delight, we heard stupendous explosions on our rooftop! The Festa del Santo Nome ...
As beautiful as the fall in the Northeast had been, we knew very well what was right around the corner. We said our goodbyes, loaded up the motor home and headed first for Philadelphia to visit Jim's sister Nan and her husband Rich. We had a lovely overnight visit and delicious dinner with them. We headed out in the morning and drove ...
... October 11th - Travel from Tierra Verde, FL to Home
On the road for the last time for a while. Beautiful traveling day, Dex said he'd just like to drive to Miami! Stopped for fuel and propane at the Fruitville Texaco. Home about 12:30PM. Everything looked in good order. Our home telephone wasn't working and the receiver in the bedroom for Dish ...
... to the infected man or woman who genital herpes isn't there already. Which proved too tough to the virus being clinically detected, even fooling blood test results. Despite not enough known permanent cure, medical professionals still were think of prevention medicines enough to forestall breakouts and flare-ups. This is actually the most that the medical world can provide to this day. These techniques however are actually effective specially in ...
... camp at Blue Springs and see five or six manatees in the distance compared to donations only to see 100 manatees right under our noses. There were groups playing with each other, mothers nursing babies, manatees being bathed (small schools of fish covering their bodies and mouthing them clean) and others floating on their backs soaking in the sun. Further down the deck there is a walkway about one mile long that looks out to the bay. We walked down to the end ...