Tropic Terrace of Treasure Island
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... at theTiki Bar or Bridget's Cross, stuffed grouper at the City Pier or seafood pasta at home we had a splendid time. Many books were devoured, many steps taken, many miles cycled and thousands and thousands of calories, both comestibles and potables consumed with a few thousand less burned.
Sadly we are slowly packing our respective cars as this must all come to an end on Saturday. Weather has been great, only a few ...
... games someone sure is losing out on missed revenue....Tom said that for the 15 home games per year the town couldn't afford to add further seating and that the triple A teams only bring in 500 people per game...So although it's a nice stadium..it is one of the smaller ones.
March 23....picked up our friends Rachelle and Dave from the airport in Tampa...making plans for the week with them. ...
... and uprisings the government moved them on to the great prairies leaving some to hide out in the Everglades. It was in the 1950 s that they were finally recognized as the lost Seminole tribe.
Once the town became more civilized it became an important seaport, which aided in the dispersment of the tobacco and cigar trade. Then with the railroad connection the remaining US enjoyed the bounties of ...
... spent with more partying at the Tiki bar, followed by dinner and a birthday party with Rick and Ardeth, and Mike and Sharon, the birthday girl. As always, a toast to the fond memory of Mary " Ethna" McMorrow, Annette's Mom, who left us on St. Patrick's day 17 years ago. We like to think she would approve of the frivolity associated with her day. Annette spelled backwards is Ettenna.
... at the Gulf Drive Café. Since my last trip to Anna Maria four years ago the café size has tripled. The entrance has become a gift shop and ice cream parlor. An extremely large tiki bar known as the Kokonut Hut has been added to the south of what was once the main building. The food was okay, but to pay for their additions the prices are not worth the taste. A root beer and Patty Melt with a side of mashed potatoes totaled ...