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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tis the night before flight, only 1 creature remain stirring, while the other is with wine and close to his sight blurring. Only 4 1/2 hours away... wait, this d@m- autocorrect on this new phone keeps leading thou words astray...anyway... the creature still packs to the husband's dismay. To be connived...or ...
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I looked off to my right and what did I see??? A place that sold food. Yippeee, seeing how I hadn't eaten in a couple hours, I sauntered, at my age I should be shuffling, over and behold and low they offered shrimp. Yessir, I ordered up some deep fried fresh shrimp with fries and a coke. I put my behind at a table outside, overlooking the sea and soon the feast arrived. Ignoring the birds that were begging, I enjoyed ...
... in San Francisco. We already have tickets to visit Alcatraz, one of my favorite places, and I'm still trying to figure out what to do with our other day there. My parents will be there too, visiting from Colorado, so it will be a great trip. First I just have to get through a few more days of work. ...
... wishing for a lottery win - it would help, I guess, if we bought a ticket!
Sarasota is a most attractive city and one of the few American cities that we could feel comfortable living in.
We left Sarasota for our next destination Treasure Island. Part of the journey involved crossing a huge expanse of water with a massive bridge over it, most impressive.
Arrived here late afternoon. We are here for five nights, the longest on this trip and are self catering. We ...
... consisted of dodging lizards and stray cats to get to the ice cream parlor or to visit the boat docks. Even to this day any time I exit the house I am always on the alert for flying lizards grazing the front stairs, and, after a picture my mom shared with me from her visit last year, I’m on the lookout for snakes as well. The lizards here are tiny bumpy reptiles that enjoy aligning the handrails and playing in the foliage up the walkway, ...