Intown Suites Clearwater
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We were shocked. We went in and had sea view seats and ordered French Onion soup which had a layer of Gruyere cheese on top. Then we had an appetiser given to had of sorbet to clean our pallets apparently. Followed by steak. Which was really reasonable and probably the only time I might afford it. It was Huge!!! Half a cow on my plate and a jacket potato. So I ate the meat and left the jacket potato for lunch the next day! Perfect. So we continued our journey ...
... our European acquaintances talked about. And I hope it isn't what America is destined to become. The ride home from Tampa was an hour +/- and filled with lots of laughing about the strange, surprising and funny moments that filled this great month. By the time we'd pulled into the driveway, our driver said "Here I thought I'd be hearing you talk about the museums and monuments you saw but instead you all are in tears over almost capsizing in Italy and the Czech driver who ...
... bag, and Mexican customs did not even wink an eye.
In the end, my $1,500 queen size Sleep Number Bed came in at a total of $385. That included $120 for two air chambers, $100 for the wired remote air pump, $100 for the foam side rails, $40 for the airline’s extra baggage fee and $25 for the storage vacuum bags. This piece meal bed took an hour to set up and finally gave me a pain free almost full night’s sleep. Lulu got her soft ...
... as soon as we boarded, so we dropped our carryons, and headed to Cagney's for lunch. Started with a Shrimp Cocktail, for Dad.
Our room was very spacious. and so was the balcony. There were 2 regular chairs, and a small cocktail type table, as well as 2 loungers on that balcony...score for us!
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... cruise to SE Asia. The reviews sparked a lot of interest in both of us. Of course the pictures accompanying the reviews were very captivating.
One of the interesting aspects of the cruise was that it sailed from Singapore -- where neither of us had been, went to Bangkok -- where I had never been (Don had been there on R&R during his VietNam tour), visited three ports in VietNam -- (including Hanoi, where neither of us ...