Residence Inn Tampa Sabal Park/Brandon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... a Level Nine VIP tour of the Space Center to see the behind-the-scenes parts of NASA that the general public never sees. We're going to see the places where the astronauts train in zero gravity and a Saturn missile and Mission Control where they actually fly the International Space Station. Cory is very excited as he's always loved anything to do with space. We'll post a review of our tour and the pics later.
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This morning we were up and on the road early to get into Clearwater as early as possible. We went to visit the Clearwater Aquarium to Winter and Hope, the dolphins from the Dolphin Tale movies. When we arrived at the aquarium we found it quite a challenge to find a parking spot. After circling the area a few times, we lucked out and snagged a spot being vacated by a family who were leaving. After paying our admission $21.95 less CAA discount of $2 each, ...
... higher until we did loop the loops. And we all calmed down with a gentle turn on the carousel which was lovely, except Neil's camel didn't go up and down. In the last hour, we found two of the best rides of the whole trip - a dangle-down roller coaster that did loops without the discomfort of rattly-brain syndrome, and Cheetah Hunt that was wonderfully smooth and fast. Next time do these ...
... hours. It is now 8:22pm. We boarded our Delta 777 about an hour ago. They are still piling people on board with their carry on steamer trunks -- arranging then rearranging the bins to squeeze every possible bag in. Anyway, this is a big plane -- probably close to 300 passengers. First meal they delivered gluten free as ordered with free wine. Life is ...
... guests such as Teddy Roosevelt and Babe Ruth.
The furnishings of the hotel took me back to what I would have imagined in the Titanic. This hotel became a place of rest and recreation for the rich and famous.
I imagine a time when people "dressed" for dinner and I imagine waltzing on the veranda. This was not just a hotel; it was a full ...