Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort & Spa
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... an interesting few hours exploring the houses, grounds, museum and lab we were off again heading towards Tampa.
We stopped in at Apollo beach which is known for its Manatees. They come into a small canal/outlet that the Tampa Electric company releases their waste water into as it is warm. In winter time a larger number of manatees can be seen in the canal up to around 300, we were lucky enough to see over 100. The Manatee belongs to the same family of ...
... campsites had very little shade. The height of mosquito season is June to the end of October so we were just on the downside. As soon as the sun goes down they come out to feed – big time. So air conditioning was a must. Our campground had 65 sites but only about 8 were taken. We set up camp and drove the short distance to the Visitor Center. There are several vulture families that live around the visitor center and at our campground. We ...
... for lunch in an empty church lot. Peanut butter, pickle and mayonnaise helped to save the day. I called the park and the woman told us how to get there. She said that they usually tell folks how to do that when they call in for reservations. Hmmm, don't remember that happening, but what could I say?
On a more positive note, we took the walk this morning to the ...
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