Residence Inn Tampa Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... went to see "American Sniper" at the IMAX theatre, followed by dinner and drinks at a local restaurant. The day went quickly, and we were on the road again towards Texas, just passing through Mississippi and Alabama so fast we barely had time to notice the state line signs.
This morning we're south of Houston in a hotel just three miles from NASA and the Houston Space Center. We're both excited to see the Space Center today. ...
... 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 ...
... of glass. The pictures don't quite do it justice. Thursday was a quiet, cold, cloudy day that ended with a great supper at Crabby Bills. We had lovely oysters and a great sea food bucket! Today, Friday, the sun came out and it got warm. We tried flying kites but the wind was too shallow. Hoping for better luck on the Keys. Next stop - the ...
... we moved on to a different section with some terrific rides. The all new Falcon's Fury takes you up a 60ft pole, then the seats swing back so you're looking directly at the ground, all you body weight trusted to the harness for a few, looong seconds, before it lets go and you rush to the ground, swinging back to a seated position at the last second. There was a Viking ship ride that swung ...
... the water almost motionless.
We stayed for a couple of hours watching a variety of fish, birds and the manatee.
We drove through downtown Tampa to the Henry B Plant Museum.
Henry Plant was a self-made millionaire with the desire for opulence in the sand of Florida. He personally invested over $2.5 million to build a hotel ...