Intown Suites Clearwater
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but with only a lap harness and there is a loop), Falcons fury( Like the giant drop but when you get to the top you tilt 90 degrees so you are facing the ground and then they drop you, I might have said a lot of unlady like words on this one), Sheikra(vertical fall with no floor) and we ended the night on the bone rattling Gwazi an old wooden roller coaster that was so bone shaking we both decided that riding it once was enough. We dragged our tired feet back down ...
... scrub and pine flatwoods (low pine trees that grow in sand similar to beach sand), leading to 3 acre Osprey Lake.
Friday 11/21 -12/8 On Friday morning we headed to Paradise Pine RV Resort in the Land O’Lakes area north east of Tampa. This will be our home until January. The resort has 81 spaces and is the nicest RV resort we have stayed in. All spaces are privately owned, unique in lot size and shape and very well maintained. It ...
... worth the sacrifice back in our younger days. Alas, I am editorializing a bit...
Tomorrow we head for Sanibel Island in the Gulf. A friend of our daughter, Lisa, has visited there and said that it's a "must see." Lots of bird watching is available, so we're excited. We lucked out and got two nights there, after making a few follow-up calls to work it out. The drive is longer than our last "ride from hell", but we'll get through it.
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