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... approach rather than a cab. It's called uber. Wish us luck and hope we don't get kidnapped because uber works by having a random stranger pick you up and then you pay him or her after they have successfully dropped you off at your INTENDED location. We should get to you again tomorrow when we officially get started on our latest adventure! ...
... 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 ...
... very back with the seasonal and full time park models and the Internet is awful plus there is no cable! Other than that .... She was a bit nonplussed and then ask me to please visit the campground she represented.
Since Donna was flying out tonight and it was Ken's birthday we all went out for an absolutely fabulous celebratory dinner. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of the restaurant but it was ...
... noticed that the tires on the two wheeled needed some air but was going to wait until he was parked to deal with it. Our neighbor, an older gentleman from Michigan came out and started chatting with us and before I knew it he had pulled our his air compressor and we added air to the tires. Jerry got backed in and we set up everything putting the "carpet" and the chairs out for the first time on this trip. After we ...
... area in St. Petersburg is really pretty -- great for walking around and it was, of course, a gorgeous day.
Pass-a-Grille is an area of St. Pete Beach that sounded really cute, so when we saw an ad for a holiday lighted boat parade we decided to check it out. We walked the 3.5 miles there and planned to take the shuttle back. We went for a drink before the parade and ended up in a Baltimore bar! That was pretty cool. When we left, we realized the parade ...