Sleep Inn & Suites Port Charlotte
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Travel Blogs from Port Charlotte
... of Nancy's artwork and Dave's tools and projects. Nancy greeted us with a pasta lunch. wine and gin and tonics. Lazing about the pool allowed us to catch up on each other's adventures over the past several months.
That afternoon we headed out for a tour of the area. We did the drive by tours of housing developments, yacht harbors and scenic views. That evening ...
... reduce AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) in adults in some trials, but it was not effective in others, probably due to variation in ingredients."
We both did that starting about a month before the trip, but don't really know if it made a difference or not. The hotels at elevation all did have oxygen available, and there are prescription medications that can help altitude sickness as well.
... 5.7 litre V8…I am dwarfed standing beside it , and he is so pleased with his purchase. It is his ‘office’ 10 hours a day, and he works so hard, it must be a pleasure to travel between jobs in.
This week we took Chuck and Jan to Sarasota with us to check out a Mustang Garry had seen advertised - it had been sold when we got there , but we 4 still managed to spend a nice day wandering downtown Sarasota, enjoy lunch in a café ...
... Punta Gorda. Raymond was dressed as a pig farmer with 4 little pigs hanging from his oversized trouser pockets, while Garry & Todd looked rather intimidating with their take on Darthvada . Todd with a red mask and Garry a white one. 9 of us all keeping together in the huge crowds was difficult, however whenever I lost sight of our family, I only had to look for Todd’s head (and mask) towering over other heads in the crowd - at 6ft 6 he is hard to miss!!!
... owned shops facing out to a large park and Oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, with many outdoor colourful sculptures of oversized Turtles done by local artists, standing on each street corner.
We drove up there for a day , parked up at Barbs condo on the beach, and walked into the village. Stately Oak trees offering dappled shade from the hot sun while we admired the lovely old Spanish looking homes from the slower pace of walking. Stopped at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking