Island Sun Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... big round-about in the center of town was all lit up, along with most of the restaurants. Christmas morning found us out on our balcony watching a bunch of little boys march by, dressed as Santa Claus, singing "Happy Birthday Mr. Christmas". There's obviously something lost in translation there as the boys were on their way to the big church down the street run by a Chinese missionary and his family. Unfortunately, our Christmas dinner was one slice of dry ...
... but in general every store is already giving you loads of discounts! There's another very new mall, UTC, around Sarasota, which was huge and very modern. They also have a coupon booklet for foreigners. Now the only thing you need to be aware of is your custom-free amount for re-entering your home country :-D As we are not allowed to carry guns in Germany, we sometimes go shooting at a shooting range. We've already been to Take Aims shooting range before and my dad knows how ...
... were lots of pictures to be taken in the fading, golden light, and we traded favors with another group caught stuck without a selfie stick. The picture might as well have been taken by a professional - we all managed to look normal for half a second, and N actually looked into the camera, too! My post-pool, post-nap hair that I couldn't even get my fingers through somehow looks curled. This magic photo will not be revealed ...
... surrounded by the birds who stood about a meter away in a circle, checking us out and waiting for their moment to pounce. To make things worse, N kept discarding bits of his sandwich into the famously fine-grained "powdered sugar" sand. The birds made a few more passes at those bits but didn't attack our hands again. Eventually we retreated to the food pavilion and ordered a hot dog kids' meal, served in a sand pail with shovel. I ended up eating ...
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For millions of years sharks have lived and died in the Gulf of Mexico. Dead sharks sink to the ocean floor where they get covered with layers of sand and silt. The cartilage all disintegrates and the water and storm action eventually stirs everything up. The changing tidea and waves carry the teeth to the ...