Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Port Charlotte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... next ten days would be like cuz I found it online in the Passport America site. The daily cost for full hookups was a measley $16.50 a night. Because of the low cost I was a little apprehensive. Not to worry, it is a beautiful place, right on the convergence of two rivers. Namely the Orange and the Caloosahatchee River (How's that for a mouthfull Muade ??).
The park has a clubhouse, a laundry, ...
... on the beach at Venice -15 minutes north from here and
a 'picture perfect' postcard 'look' .
As noticed previous years, many different languages being overheard from groups floating with their noodles while bathing in the tepid gulf . I watched carefully, as Sophia had been stung by a jellyfish the day before while swim training at the Sharkies pier and the sign on the beach told me ...
... some time just driving around and checking the neighborhoods out. Some really beautiful old homes. No cookie cutter subdivisions here. Each house looks completely different from the one next to it. There are some sections that felt really deserted with abandoned homes, derelict strip-malls, and even big abandoned hotels. All leftover destruction from Katrina. There's a great park, called City Park that stretches over a mile. It's beautiful. It has lakes, ...
... home one evening, while Chuck and Jan invited us to their home for a drink, prior to us all driving to a Marina, and catching a water taxi over to Palm Island Resort for a lovely meal. We had our evening cut short, as after finishing our meal, and hoping for a short walk on the beach,we spotted the horrendous weather approaching - scuttling like nervous children, (with the lightning striking in the distance) we ...
The end of a busy week, taking care of the Grandies on their last week of holidays-
the highlight of the week being Sophia's 10th b/day on Friday - family time at Applebees on the Friday night. followed by a party (adult and children) on the Saturday.
I had the girls make a double batch of pink meringues (a hit at the party) and the Cup Cakes (thanks Betty Crocker- never ...