Residence Inn by Marriott St. Petersburg / Treasure Island
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... the first coca cola bottles and had beautiful gardens and old house. The day after we left Mobile and drove to Tallahassee, the state Capitol of Florida. We stopped at the naval aviation museum which was amazing, lots of cool old aircrafts and exhibits. We stopped at a town called Seaside which was lovely with lots of cute shops and beautiful beach. Next we left Tallahassee and drove to Clearwater. We watched Forrest Gump on the way to Cedar Key, a small island with ...
... hotel shuttle service doesn't begin until 5:00 a.m. Told that we'd have to get a taxi rather infuriated Evelyn, who immediately said, "At the hotel's expense, of course!" This sorta blew the clerk's mind (but she retained her friendly composure) and she replied that she'd have to check with her manager but that she'd have an answer for us when we returned from Clearwater later in the evening.
2015 Keep on keepin on.
Our trip from Tampa to Portland Oregon….Day 2
Today is actually our second day of travel. Monday we left home in Odessa Florida and
headed to Green Cove Springs which is just southwest of Jacksonville,
Florida. This is where my sister Joyce
lives. Bill’s sister Carole also leaves
nearby in Orange Park. We spent the
obligatory 3 days with the family before deserting them for the cooler weather
... while watching the moon for signs of the space shuttle we had seen lift off earlier that day. Maybe even my best memory was when I crashed into the tree while playing Pickle and my grandpa told me I had a hole in my lip. For some reason my family always thought it was funny to watch me become hysterical.
In the end I don’t feel guilty to have the privilege of being left behind a place filled with the ghosts of my grandparents ...
... began pounding against the sides. This lasted for several hours. We were grateful there were no whitecaps, just swells. Nonetheless, there was enough rocking and rolling to make moving around the boat a real challenge. It was crab walk time again. Both of us stumbled a few times. But hooray, nothing was broken and the puke bucket proved to be an unnecessary precaution.
One good thing that happened on the Crossing is that my beloved Captain learned to trust ...