Englewood Bay Motel & Apartments
Travel Blogs from Englewood
Arriving in Bradenton, we were greeted with some familiar faces at the door! Lois' uncle, auntie and her parents. It immediately made us feel relaxed, and it was great to see them all after a long time. However we did stick around for long when we arrived, as the England game was on, so with Robbo, we jumped in the truck and made our way to a sports bar. Once again the less said the better there... So after a little catch up watching the game, we headed back to meet everyone in the ...
... br> 6. Climbing Black crabs
7. A raccoon
Next we went to a market and some shops.
In the afternoon we went to the beach at Siesta Key. It was very hot.
Finally, we drove back home and had a swim.
US fact: They have dimes (10c), quarters (25c) and 1c pieces.
... Friendship Trail and was a nice break from cars and traffic.
We rode from the point at Placida Bunkhouse to the Coral Creek Bridge...a hefty ride by any means.
It was a gorgeous day and our ride was complete with iguana and eagle sightings, along with lots of fish, heron and pelicans at the ...
... we had dinner, watched “Go Tell the Spartans,” and called it a day.
Georgia is a great state, full of history, congenial people and unsurpassed beauty, that is, until you travel her highways! Lady Bird Johnson should be resurrected to demolish the unsightly billboards! We traveled through the small town of Vienna with businesses like Hair’s the Limit; I noticed church after church and, ...
... Friday arrived with a big Happy Birthday and Father’s Day cake for Bob. Lauren and Ava spent many contented hours poolside, Kirsten refined her shark tooth hunting skills, and Jeanine checked out the local thrift stores.
Kirsten is an accomplished yoga teacher and she had noticed a tall oak tree stump in our back yard on which Bob had placed a huge ...