Paradise Lakes Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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This morning we were up and on the road early to get into Clearwater as early as possible. We went to visit the Clearwater Aquarium to Winter and Hope, the dolphins from the Dolphin Tale movies. When we arrived at the aquarium we found it quite a challenge to find a parking spot. After circling the area a few times, we lucked out and snagged a spot being vacated by a family who were leaving. After paying our admission $21.95 less CAA discount of $2 each, ...
... to the waterproof boys whose veins are filled with antifreeze. While standing on a bridge waiting for Reuben and Alex to come down a log flume ride called Tidal Wave, the crinkly adults were pleased to hear a regular visitor yakking about how busy the place was in summer, when the temperature soars and humidity hits 90, and the queues go on for miles. After a good lunch at the ...
... Check-in at the Delta counter was a no wait deal and, they checked our bags thru to Johannesburg. No dragging stuff from terminal to terminal. Went thru TSA in a breeze. TSA Pre Check is a MUST. No waiting, keep your shoes on, keep your stuff in your bag. We shared an underwhelming lunch at the Columbia restaurant and just set in to relax for the ...
... of different species. Thursday, 11/6- Left mid-morning for Flamingo Campground, a 40+ mile trip through the Everglades National Park to the southern tip. Because of budget cuts our favorite campground nearer the entrance (Lone Pine Key) would not open until November 20<sup>th</sup>. We arrived midafternoon and discovered that again due to budget cuts only 14 sites had electricity. Having juice was a necessity as it was warm, humid and campsites ...
... the empty nest syndrome which while I am still safe for a while (I also have a 12 year old). I do have to face the fact that in less than 2 years I will be saying good-bye to the routine of having two boys in my house full time.
My sense of adventure has been pushed, cajoled, infused, and inbred into my two sons who are my ...