Sea Spray Resort on Siesta Key
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a swimming pool, a couple of pavilions and a full time maintenance crew. My spot had a tar lane to park on and a cement patio with a nice picnic table. There was a couple of great shade trees, which incidental blocked my satelight dish from getting any reception. but who cares.
I decided that I hadn't done any sight seeing since Marianne (That's a town I stayed in Martha fer da cripes sake) that I would go do ...
Today is Saturday, October 3rd, so it must be day 13 of my NP tour. Today we spend an hour or so waking through the lost luggage store in Scottsboro, Alabama where Barbara bought a new John Lescroart book for $3, and we got the road for Florida. The goal today was to get deep into Florida so we can make the Everglades and Key West tomorrow. After about 700 miles of driving, we ended the day about 100 miles North of the Everglades in ...
After spending the night at the only campground with Hot Springs NP, I got back on the road to once again head west back into Tennessee and Nashville to big up Barbara. This would be the first day of my trip that I didn't visit at least one NP, but I was happy to see Barbara and pick up my traveling companion for the next few weeks. After a trip to the laundromat, nice appetizer at ...
This morning we went down and had a buffet breakfast then went out and had a kayak trip at Lido Key.
We saw :
2. Cormorants (that dived under our kayak)
4. Mullet (that were jumping out of the water)
5. Mangrove tunnels (lots of low branches to ...
... The tricky part came where we had to cross over the two lanes of traffic at the point where two more lanes were added to split off to the left and then ramped over the opposite traffic, whew! Soon we were on SR 41, well-known throughout Florida as Tamiami Trail because it was the original roadway that connects Tampa to Miami; this also being the road we will be on into Fort Myers. The ride was slow mainly because we were riding on sidewalks with cracks ...