Queen's Gate Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... year for 3 months. We have January and cannot sign up for Feb until the end of the month when the current renters get first dibs on next year . Same goes for March. We did spend quite a bit of time discussing the w/c house during dinner. Next week is our last here on Anna Maria and I hope to spend it just enjoying being here. No more trips to Venice. No more stress about finding a place. Just enjoying the beach and the sun. Things will become clear eventually.........I ...
... out of cars, blinking in the sun, wrinkled and tired but smiling because "we are here!". The dog park people are full of advice on how to deal with THE TRAFFIC. "If you need anything off island you have to go very early in the morning or after dark." " if you want to go out to eat you need to do it during the week or very early or late at night". It takes a little planning but isn't as bad as I expected. I was getting bored (really) so ...
... way to San Antonio, and we'll spend the weekend with our friends, Len and Fran. Then, Monday we're driving towards Phoenix with an overnight stop in Las Cruces, New Mexico. We'll be in Phoenix on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 10. We'll have a day to do our laundry and repack in Phoenix before we leave Thursday morning with Marnie and Steve for Las Vegas to celebrate Steve's big 50th birthday party. Viva Las Vegas and Happy Birthday, Esteban!
Naturally packing waits to the last minute. Work mode switches on! I am a multitasking fool a hundred things going at once a big explosion of a mess one second then oddly organized the next. Love this mind switches off body very on. It's game time everything's in motion the calm before the storm is over roller coaster of life taking ...
... We also experienced great anxiety whenever we approached a bridge. While we had checked the vertical clearances ahead of time and knew to lower our antennas, those bridges looked impossibly low when you get close to them. We held our breath each time we passed under because, I tell you, the fit was so tight that you could touch the bottom of the overpass from our flying bridge if you had a mind to do so. And then we had our first experience cruising the ICW in a ...