Residence Inn Tampa Suncoast Parkway at NorthPointe Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We are in bed, leaving at 2:30 AM!! Flying from Fort Myers to Newark, then on to Duesseldorf on Lufthansa. Packing was a nightmare given that the weather will be all over the place. Still doesn't feel real. We are really looking forward to our adventure! (And hope the Lightning win the Stanley Cup!) Sitting in airport in Fort Myers. Got here early but that's ...
Safe to say that I was in a bad way after our night out in New Orleans! Far too much alcohol was consumed and we met two new friends! After New Orleans we drove to Mobile and on the way stopped at Biloxi, a lovely seaside town. We went on a really cool and interesting shrimp boat trip in the bay. We then took a tour around the house of the president of the confederacy during the civil war. We then left Biloxi and went to Bellingrath Gardens and house. This was owned by ...
I was on my way to Starbucks when I passed by my old high school. It was late in the evening and thought I'd go in just to take a look around. The doors were locked but the librarian let me in. I asked about a few teachers. Most if not all had retired. Walking the halls brought back a lot of memories and made me think. How long did Mr. Moss actually teach?? Where did the carpet go? Where was Ms. Marcos? Mrs. Howell? Where the students like we were today? Oh well, coffee 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 ...