La Quinta Inn & Suites Port Charlotte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Free airport shuttle
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... traffic lights, here people stand in the sweltering heat (95F) holding signs with one side "slow" and the other side "stop". It took a bit longer to get to the beach, but we had enough protection with us to keep us from getting sunburnt. When we arrived at the State Park, we were welcomed by a friendly official, who confirmed that the entry fee had not changed in 2 years. We paid 8$ for entry and parking. We didn't have to wait long for the tram to take us to the ...
... street performers were amazing. Bands of all kinds, puppeteers, dance troupes, magicians, fortune tellers, jugglers. It was like a circus just walking down the streets. There was even a man pushing a full size, up-right piano down the street, and once he got set up he was really quite good. We stuffed ourselves with lots of good food, oysters, po'boys, bingiets, jambalaya, étouffée, gumbo. . . the list goes on. Lastly, a night on Bourbon Street. It's just ...
... to the West. We were waiting for the drive to Punta Gorda airport, to meet the 9pm arrival of Barb by plane from Kentucky..
Myakka State Park is a 40 minute drive north from here , so with a picnic lunch packed, we headed away on Tuesday morning, and made the Park in time for the 11.30am airboat ride for a 1 hour cruise amongst the wild life, counting the' almost submerged ' Alligators.. .guessing their ...
With NZ visitors arriving next week who are good golfers (Rex and Carol from Aongatete), - we have been to a couple of local golf resorts to check on prices and availability for play while they are with us ..Just $29 for 18 holes and a cart on a perfectly manicured course, with lovely lakes and fountains. These prices will go up dramatically when the 'Snowbirds' arrive in September and October. Last Sunday ...
... on his lead . While Bailey on the other hand is an old Red Retriever, and wanders behind 'free walking' (slowly) - going deaf ....(sometimes I think he does it on purpose) and losing his sight. Our morning walks have us waiting for him to smell the grass, then he disappear into the roadside bush, not responding to any of our commands until he is ready....bit like walking with a 'loose teenager' and an eccentric 'old person'. Think ...