Sleep Inn & Suites Port Charlotte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... t find it and had no address to put in Mr TomTom. I use Ms Magellan in the RV cuz she has a 7 inch screen, and Mr TomTom in the car cuz he only has a 3 inch'er. Bigger is better... Anywho, I spent all day yesterday watching football. The Vikes had the day off and the AZ Cards whipped up on Detroit, so it was a good day, even if I didn't get to see the game.
Life continues to astound me...
... School books have all been purchased and new back packs are ready for use - Isabella says hers weighs 15 lbs.....talk about weight training, carrying that weight around all day ...whatever happened to the goodol' days of corridor lockers!!!! where all our books were stored and we only needed the books for the next lesson.
With Talley in Orlando for the weekend, (3 more exams towards her ...
... Panther, but were really not expecting to. There's a lot to do in the Everglades. Hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, boating, fishing. There's also boat tours and tram tours. The Park is working hard to save the Glades. There really are too many people moving to Florida causing competition for water that would naturally go into the Glades, but is being diverted to canals instead. The number of nesting birds has gone from 265,000 down to 18,500. The endangered Wood ...
... a busy first day with our visitors.
American friends from South Africa, of Todd & Talleys, had invited us to their home for a 'shared ' meal - Maritsa repeating her Oxtail stew that was a hit at their last years dinner, and Garry showing off his skill with a newly acquired recipe, we have named Chuck's Chicken Enchiladas. He now boasts he can ask visitors; would they like him to cook Mexican, or his ...
... on the Manatee river in downtown Bradenton - there they have the oldest Manatee in the world ,born in captivity in July 1948....just 5 months older than me. A graceful old beast, that enjoyed being handfed at meal time, while the other Manatee (being rescued and returning to the wild on recovery), fed on the lettuces thrown to them protruding out of holes cut into a long pipe. Once thrown in the water, the lettuce ...