SpringHill Suites By Marriott/ Sarasota Bradenton
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... appreciated and enjoyed. Nearby is Fort Rucker army base, which houses an army aviation museum. Fort Rucker was the site where Jayne's late husband, Steve, trained as a helicopter mechanic before his tour of duty in Vietnam.
Our next stop was at a campground in Gulf Shores, just outside of Mobile, AL. We were not very impressed with the condition of the campground, but found a nice site on the beach ...
... new families temporarily visit the time shares on or near the island, they fill the homes of our former relatives and friends and it takes away from the local quiet winter escape my ancestors once enjoyed. As familiar faces disappear I try convincing my mother to find a place to make new memories with her grandkids and siblings.
And with that final thought I flipped off the light switch, shut the door, and locked up another chapter of my ...
... lunch and dinners, dips in the pool and a trip to the beach for breakfast all filled the days. Everyone left on Sunday and we had a full day with Mom and Dad.
Monday afternoon we headed for Tampa to catch our Us Airways flights to Phoenix, on to Las Vegas, and finally, Hawaiian Air red-eye to Honolulu, arriving at five a.m.
Home at last! ...
... afternoon at the beach on Amelia Island, went to the tree lighting at Armand Circle, and finally, met my brother (Jay) and sister in law (Joyce), who live up the road a stretch in Brandon, FL, at a fun place on the water in Bradenton, FL (Woody's River Roo Pub). They surprised us by showing up in their boat.....we had some beers and food and decided to go out the boat for a bit. It was a beautiful, sunshiny Florida day. We spent a couple hours on ...
... Our nights usually consisted of a late dinner and drinks and/or a movie (Counselor, Blackfish, Enough Said, American Hustle, Bad Grandpa, Wolf of Wall Street) either out or at Rod’s. Although most days carried on in a similar fashion there were definitely some highlights along the way. Kaitlyn’s favorite part of every trip to Sarasota is her time spent on Siesta Key Beach. Siesta Key Beach has been voted America’s number one beach for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking