Microtel Inn & Suites Port Charlotte
Travel Blogs from Port Charlotte
... the thunder and lightening. Ken was telling G about a man (on another occasion) taking his second shot on the 7th fairway, who got a little close to the lake that is beside it ,when a large gator shot out of the water and grabbed him by the leg and started to pull him back into the water . It took quite a beating to its head by the other golfers with him, before it let go and retreated back into the water.... we always make sure to place the golf cart on the water side of ...
... side swells are overflowing.
Last year Erin and David met our friends Chuck and Jan who live about 10 minutes drive from us. Today we arranged to meet up and enjoyed a lovely fish meal at an old Florida Waterfront diner at Placida. After lunch, Chuck thought it would be a good idea to walk out on the long Pier that leads like a finger out into the harbour……it was SOOOO hot , and we were all dripping perspiration , with the guys shirts wet through , by the time ...
... showers, dress and take off at 11:30 AM. Drive to Punta Gorda took 3 1/2 hours - a straight shot south on Rt. 75 with a stop for lunch and a stretch at Bradenton . Arrival at Sheraton FourPoints Resort just at the bridge spanning Charlotte Harbor. Registered, settled in to our room on 4th floor with view of the water. Unpacked and explored the features of the hotel, swimming pool, restaurant, and TT Tiki Hut on the water was just setting ...
... refills as you liked! Then there was the live band too for a couple of hours.... We guessed about 3-400 there. A great afternoon! Nuff sed!
Last Thursday was granddaughter Sophia's 9th birthday, Garry and Jan gave her her choice at Walmart, and she picked a couple of goldfish! See the photo! She was a happy girl! We also had dinner out with the family at Applebee's as described below, followed by some gifts at home after. A sweet soul she is! A fun evening.
... family home base for Jan and Garry, Northport near Pt Charlotte. We had breakfast en route at Mackers, and then took a path down through the middle of Florida, past a Bartow, (same name different state as where the dairy farm is,)
Also Arcadia where it looked like NZ with cattle grazing behind fences! Also a lot of citrus grown in this area.
On toward Punta Gorda with a small detour to a backblocks cafe and marina on the shore of the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking