La Quinta Inn & Suites Port Charlotte
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... cause she did not get a placing in the running like the other 2) , arrived over and wanted to bake something. A pasta salad first, then the overripe banana came out of the deep freeze (what do you keep those for, she asked?) - yes they do make good banana muffins. Then a batch of meringues....by this stage, there were 3 youngies in the kitchen all helping - Couper insisted on sitting in front of the 'lit' oven door , watching and waiting for them to cook. Those meringues ...
... dogs as a Frisbee , it was virtually good for nothing else……so off to a little computer ‘doctor’ nerd we had used 2 years ago , about 10 minutes from here …..now we are all “up and running correctly”, with all our bases covered with security.
The weather here is very predictable and JUST so much rain has fallen. (Todd says it has never been so wet for his outdoor work).
Lovely sunny mornings, getting hot!!!! Clouding over by ...
... but a storm was rolling in. Back to room to wait it out. Around 5:30 PM left for 9 mile drive north on Tamiami Trail to Charlotte Sports Park for the AAA baseball game in spite of continuing rain. The Charlotte Stone Crabs versus the Jupiter Hammerheads played after an hour delay. We had great seats right behind home plate in the second row, no one in front of us. Watched with interest as the grounds crew prepared the field for the game. ...
... br> The kids go to YMCA swimming club every night after school until Tally picks them up after her work as a physio/massage person. The kids therefore often are not home until 7pm - a long day, but they seem to cope amazingly well with the routine.
Todd is a landscape contractor, mainly lawn mowing and garden tidy ups, he employs a Guatemalan man, and they use 2 big fancy ride on mowers. Todd is gone at 6.30am daily, and sometimes home 4.30 sometimes 7pm. It's a long hot ...
... wafting by. This is a very wetland area, alligators and mozzies abound, they close the outdoor bar before dusk before the clients get driven out by the mozzies the lady told us!
as we neared Pt Charlotte we came across a massive funeral procession going in the opposite direction. There were many people out on he highway side with US flags and placards and balloons tied to lamp posts. We found out later the parade was the funeral of a policeman Sgt ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center