Holiday Inn Express Tampa North - Telecom Park
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... just outside of Pensacola. If we thought St. Pete's Beach was quiet, Navarre was even more subdued! Luckily, it's Super Bowl weekend, so we found our own entertainment at the bar next door to the hotel. With the likely name of "Helen Back," we figured this was the place to have a good time--and we did! They had a giant big projection tv, so we placed ourselves right in front of it to watch the Super Bowl. Wasn't that a great game? We ...
... it as we were since the menu didn't offer traditional entrées other than the Indian/African inspired options. The bill would have totalled almost $130.00 if we weren't on the dining plan. It is a new favourite and we will definitely be back there again soon! We headed back to the resort to relax and get ready for bed. We had a busy day planned for Monday, as it was time to head out for retail therapy. All in all, this was a great first day on ...
... to the waterproof boys whose veins are filled with antifreeze. While standing on a bridge waiting for Reuben and Alex to come down a log flume ride called Tidal Wave, the crinkly adults were pleased to hear a regular visitor yakking about how busy the place was in summer, when the temperature soars and humidity hits 90, and the queues go on for miles. After a good lunch at the ...
We have been packed for a week. Had breakfast with Donna and Kenny this morning. They are from Maine and are staying at our home while we are gone. We are so happy to have them and Sam their dog. They drove us to the Tampa airport this morning. What a great help and saves as a bunch of money on parking. We arrived at the airport at 12:15pm for a ...
... and exhilarating with only one upside down loop. We ride it twice in a row.
We then walk through the Edge of Africa seeing various animals such as Hippos, Lions, Gazelles and Elephants. We even see one of the Alligators, a big mean looking one, being fed a chicken, fully feathered but thankfully already dead. It was gone in one gulp. We arrive at Timbuktu, a section themed after the malls and bazaars of Africa where we buy a welcome ...