Days Inn Sarasota
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We have one week under our belts at home in Florida. The joys of travel and homecoming have now faded with the reality of taking care of business.
As I wrote last week we did some pressing essentials right away but instead of decreasing, our "to do" list seems to be growing by leaps and bounds. This morning I scheduled appointments for repairs to our dishwasher, ice maker and wine fridge. They all decided to let us know they been missing us!
... when I climb in and out of my car I lament that we do so much driving here because everything is so far apart.
So, while there's no place like home, I wish I could blend the best of each of them together.
It now just a few weeks until the holidays. With the planned visit of Jennifer and her family we have much to do. First order of business...find that Christmas tree stand!
... bags off him for fear he would break his back!! (he could hardly lift them, let alone carry them to my car)! Sat on the beach looking at the pier at sunset. Wrote postcards whilst sitting on the sand, watching pelicans swoop for fish in the sea in front of me. It's as idilic as it sounds! Was sitting on the balcony this evening, catching up on some emails-but kept hearing rattles from the trees below me ...(I think it was a snake-eeeeep!!) -so came inside ...
... out loud-everyone stared at me, but I didn't care! Made me feel at home :) As much as I absolutely love it out here-I think that it would be hard to be away from family and friends at birthdays and Christmas. Went to watch the sunset on the beach. The water is so clear and the sand so white. It's so beautiful that it's almost surreal. You feel like your watching it on tv-that it must be cgi-nothing real could be this stunning. But it is. Had dinner overlooking the beach. ...
... but we are on the "net" so all is well. Poor Lars spent more than an hour on the phone with Comcast our "not favorite" cable provider to restore his soccer channel and HBO etc.
A bottle of wine and a light supper were consumed before an early bedtime for us. We are sleeping well but our internal morning "alarm" is still set on European time.
We look forward to a busy day tomorrow and we tackle our "to do" list. But "THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME!"
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking