Emerald Greens Condo Resort
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... originally from NY who on retirement moved to Florida...Tom and Alice Anderson. Tom became a congressman in the state capital Tallahassee 30 plus years ago and then later served as mayor of Dunedin for an 8 year term. He was in office when the blue jays first came to Dunedin. His wife proudly claimed all his achievements in town....the beautiful seniors center, the library and the ...
... like oranges and grapefruit. They have great short films and displays worth checking out.
Oddly enough you don't see much transit activity anywhere down here...seems to be very much a car culture with everyone driving and very little carpooling it seems..
There are many restaurants around the few blocks and we chose to eat dinner at Thai Thani....Pad Thai ,spring rolls and an peppered steak stir fry filled the void! ...
... we spent about an hour on the beach. It was packed. We assume with kids on spring break. So now we have dipped our toes in the Atlantic on the east coast of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico on the west side.
Our drive back to Orlando was supposed to take 1 hour 45 min again but the traffic was againg solid all the way past Tampa city and it took us 2 & 3/4 hours.
Cooked dinner at our hotel tonight. Roast chicken and veggies. Nice.
Picked up car hire and dropped off RV without a hitch. Car hire was just down the road from the RV hire place, so we stopped off there, swapped all luggage to the car, then Darren drove the RV and I drove the car to the RV hire place.
We were on the road to Tampa by 10.30am, and arrived Tampa by Midday. We located Cruise America office and dropped off some luggage that we wouldn't need on the cruise. We pick up another RV ...
... that transatlantic crossings aren't yet popular, and therefore, are amazingly cheap, that I worked on making my dream a reality. At about a quarter of the cost of airfare, I found a 16 day crossing with stops in the Bahamas, Bermuda, the Azores, Malaga and Valencia, finally docking in Barcelona. Benefits of a transatlantic crossing are many. Allow me to debate for you why I chose to travel by ship (considered by many to be an outdated means ...