Residence Inn Tampa Suncoast Parkway at NorthPointe Village
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- Continental Breakfast
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... into the aquarium to begin our exploration of rescued marine life. I must say that we were disappointed with our first (and last) visit here. We knew before going that the area was small, but there were very few animals to see. Naturally we wanted photos of the dolphins. But, they have it set up in such a way that one must pay a premium upgrade fee to have access to the dolphins for one on one pics with them. We weren't wanting one on one time, ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
No surprise, I am finding writing this final blog difficult. Filled with so many emotions - elation, satisfaction, gratefulness, relief, relaxed, energy, peace. During our last few hours of driving Augusto and I were trying to compartmentalize the culmination of an experience that we had spent the last 18 months of our lives planning and we had just executed.
We of course could never had done this with all the support we got. A few special thank you's:
Well it finally happened, Augusto was itching to get home. So we pulled up the jacks for the last time and took I10 to I75 and headed for Lutz. It was the easiest of highway combinations, and the most familiar. A couple of last pictures of the campsite, pictures by the Park sign and Brooktree was our destination. Yes, we had forgotten where we put ...