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... going on but we had all you can eat seafood which was delicious! When then went on to a wildlife park special for its Manatees. It's was really cool and interesting. We got to see hippo, manatees, alligators and lots of cool birds! We arrived in Clearwater and today we went to Busch Gardens which was really cool. We got on most of the rides and saw lots of the animals. We are exhausted now! But on to Orlando tomorrow for universal and Disney! Much love, Ellie and Dan ...
... dinner at Amy and John's was perfect! John did a wonderful job grilling salmon while Amy prepared a nice kale salad and a baked acorn squash dish. We certainly appreciated a pleasant respite from our somewhat anxious day!
Back in Tampa we learned that the hotel was providing taxi service for us. Congrats, Evelyn, for your persistence! We had to compromise, though. We'd leave at 4:30 rather than at ...
Tampa and if we can keep on cooling down along the way we will be happy. The heat in Tampa this year came in early and
summer hit us before we could get the beast packed up to leave. We will post our blog as time and WIFI
connection permits. We hope all our
friends and family have a great summer and feel free to email us along the way
with neat places to see or things to do.
Keep on keepin on…Trish & Bill, on the loose…
Got up early as we was meeting Joe Pep for breakfast at 10:30, Di was still feeling very tired after the late night but luckily no hangover, how I don't know! Met Joe and two of his friends at the Country Skillet and had a tasty breakfast, I had steak and eggs while Di had egg and bacon. Then we set off for Peggy's Corral, we took the quickest route over the Skyway bridge, it was a bit breezy at the top but a great view! Took a nice back road near Peggy's and passed ...
... camps in the guide book and saw that our guide had a tour that included this. The interesting thing was the same tour also went to The Bridge on the River Kwai, included some World War II history, and several other things. Soon the entire GOE was interested in this tour. We decided that our first day in Bangkok we would see the temples, Buddhas, and sights in the city, the second day we would go out in the country, and the third day we would visit some of the markets ...