The Gulf Side Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We drove straight here after Dali museum. It is incredibly beautiful here. We had a walk along a trial and too look at the Spring and River. So quiet - wood peckers, squirrels knawing their nuts, a little deer walking around, birds chirping :-) 9.20pm: So dark and sooooo noisy! Can't believe how loud the bugs are. Jonathan seemed a bit stressed about by the bugs and didn't want to cook as they ...
Day Eleven - Tampa 2015
Woke up a little after 7:00 and immediately looked out of the window for our wonderful view. I don't know what kind of tide they have here but it is definitely low tide. It looks like Pamlico Beach when the water blows out! Still pretty though. Slowly working through coffee! It does take two hours.
Well, it looks like we may be heading home. :( We called Dick Gore's RV in St. Augustine, Jacksonville ...
Day Ten - Tampa 2015
After a very sleepless night (I should have known better than to eat the creme brulee) some of it spent on the sofa because I didn't want to wake Jerry I climbed back in bed for about 30 minutes and finally got up around 6:30. The coach was cool so we turned on the fireplace and the quartz heater. They very quickly warmed everything up. We had an appointment with Susan Krystal at Lazy Days at 9:00 so we had to hustle ...
... cart and drives around in them. they even have their own golf cart roads. there is lots to do in the villages. the life long learning college is most appealing to me. they had almost as many classes there as the santa fe community college. and they are not degree specific, you can take the same classes over and over if you want and don't have to claim a major, or work toward a "degree", as sfcc is starting to do. they have lots of pottery classes!!! ...
... alligators, both adults and a baby (literally on the edge of the cycle road), butterflies, lots of different birds, giant orange locusts and a baby snake (we first thought it was a worm till we went back for a second look). It was very very hot biking along the road, the wildlife eventually became very sparse as they went in to hiding during the heat wave. We got back to the car in time to see a big gator cross the road infront of other tourists entering the ...