Gasparilla Inn & Club
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If you are a J1 Visa staff or H2B visa staff and are looking to work at this property I would avoid it at all costs. Although the accommodations for staff are cheap $50 a week you won't have much work. Most departments are only working 2 days a week. March is busier yes but you will spend huge amounts of time sitting around having nothing to do. There is hardly extra employment on the island so can't find extra money. The bosses are lazy and never to much. There is too many managers doing nothing and too many staff with no shifts. Take my advise and go somewhere else. I wish I had.
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Again courtesy of CS friends, we are back on Palm Island and what a brilliant island it is.
It is accessible only be private boat or ferry...and while the ferry ride is only about five minutes, it feels like it is miles away from the mainland.
We can see why we hear this area called "Old Florida" so often.
Obviously back in the 30's and 40's before the development, before the big bridges, before paved roads, life ...
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Toured the everglades for an hour on a swamp boat - saw racoons and an alligator. When back on dock we held an alligator.
On way home we toured some of their local beaches, ate at Rib City and had home made ice cream.
Great day shared with our USA friends.
Off to Disney World Today.