Sun Burst Inn
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... We were shocked. We went in and had sea view seats and ordered French Onion soup which had a layer of Gruyere cheese on top. Then we had an appetiser given to had of sorbet to clean our pallets apparently. Followed by steak. Which was really reasonable and probably the only time I might afford it. It was Huge!!! Half a cow on my plate and a jacket potato. So I ate the meat and left the jacket potato for lunch the next day! Perfect. So we continued our journey ...
... had to be tactful to our faces but we were overwhelmed with the universal good will and positive feeling about America at virtually every stop. I found this surprising as my current state of mind regarding USA is hardly positive (especially after realizing how much tax money we spend on feeding John Kerry and of course that he tried to ruin my shoes). We got a real sense of almost yearning from the various Europeans we encountered - for our lifestyle, for our (in their minds) ...
... to go out for dinner. LA was already there and then Di, Dawn, Terri and Nolan turned up, luckily Dawn was in her truck so could take me and Di down to Jack Willies which meant I could have a few drinks without the risk of getting a DUI. I was wearing my new Warrs HD t-shirt and big 60th birthday badge that Jo had brought for me so everyone else knew I was the birthday boy (or is that birthday old man lol) On arrival at Jack Willies I ...
... Mama, which we both got, in the souvenir Fish Bowl. It was Ok, I think that was the only one for those I ordered.
Got our passes for the Spa for the duration. only thing they were missing in the Spa was the heated stone loungers, but we survived without them.
Our sailaway was right on time, and we headed towards blue water.
... to take a trip to Caladesi Island during our last few days in Dunedin.
The story behind this island is an interesting one. In the 1880's Henry Scharrer and his wife were given homesteading rights on the island by Grover Cleveland. They had a daughter Myrtle who, when she became of age, would row to the mainland each day to go to school. Myrtle lived on ...