Sun Burst Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Holiday Inn does not have a free breakfast so we went to Cracker Barrel which was close to the Honeywell. Diane had Old Timers and Joel had Uncle Herschel's........bought a DVD of Mama's Family episodes and a 6" cast iron pan for the RV (we had given the one we had to Deb for Christmas).........57.64 on visa. Stopped at the WDW Walmart to get some needed things.....132.26 on visa and went to the Walmart Liquor Store for Vodka ...
Just a side note about "dog people" and "dog culture"... We have owned 3 dogs over the past 30 years. Until this most recent dog, Sammy, we just got a puppy, added it into the family mix and moved on. We had a dog, but we were not "dog people". I did not realize what this meant until this new dog. Since we live in Ohio, if you get a new puppy Feb 1 (stupid idea) you have to do extra things like shoveling snow ...
Our social life so far revolves around the dog park. We've been there the last 2 days and met some nice folks, most from the Midwest and here for a month or more. All have been here in the past. I am working on remembering the names of people and their dogs. It is a great place to get information on all kinds of things about the island. I spent $20 and got a library card. Paul's cousin, Jerry, is staying in Sarasota this month (thank you Facebook for that info). He and his wife came ...
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... we're both relaxed and recharged and a bit anxious to get home again.I haven't mentioned the mongoose issue here on St. Croix. Similar to Hawaii, mongeese were imported to cure a pest problem (in Hawaii it was rats, here it was snakes). The little critters decided they liked paradise and have pretty much established a thriving population - you see them scurrying about everywhere. During breakfast this morning, one even approached ...