TownePlace Suites Tampa North/I-75 Fletcher
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... went to see "American Sniper" at the IMAX theatre, followed by dinner and drinks at a local restaurant. The day went quickly, and we were on the road again towards Texas, just passing through Mississippi and Alabama so fast we barely had time to notice the state line signs.
This morning we're south of Houston in a hotel just three miles from NASA and the Houston Space Center. We're both excited to see the Space Center today. ...
... is one of our favourites places to eat when travelling in the USA. Nancy enjoyed a buttermilk cornflake crusted chicken breast with sides, Courtney had a breakfast sampler and I had the platter with pancakes, eggs, sausage and fixens. Yummy! Back in the car we headed off to Anna Maria Island, which is approx. one hour south of Clearwater. It is a gorgeous spot. The crowds were low and we spent some time walking the beach and enjoying seeing the ...
... to the waterproof boys whose veins are filled with antifreeze. While standing on a bridge waiting for Reuben and Alex to come down a log flume ride called Tidal Wave, the crinkly adults were pleased to hear a regular visitor yakking about how busy the place was in summer, when the temperature soars and humidity hits 90, and the queues go on for miles. After a good lunch at the ...
... blue grass music.
And on to those fast food emporia and delights such as deep fried Oreos, Snickers, butter, Hot dogs on sticks, cheese (battered on a stick) elephant ears (deep fried pastry) funnel cakes (doughnut batter dribbled into hot oil in a cake shape, fried and dredged with icing sugar) corn dog (sausage wrapped in corn meal and deep fried) and all sorts of treats that Mick was not allowed to try. We marvelled and succumbed to a selection of less noxious offerings.
... immigration, still fretting about those electronics. We clear immigrations where we are each handed tiny "Andean Migration" forms and told not to lose it. Geez...I hate that! Next we are off to collect our bags and go through customs. We stand around the carrousel and finally my bag shows up. We wait and the bag with those electronics has not arrived. Larry goes off in seach of the missing bag ...