GulfView Hotel - On The Beach
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... I had a dog around. We had planned to go to Clearwater beach that day so we went off in the car, there were traffic jams for miles and when we arrived near the beach realised it was going to cost $20-30 to park for the day. Uh oh. We drove along the road till a lady with a sign waved us down. She was offering parking in her driveway for $20. I explained I didn't have cash but she said that was fine. We parked up and then she asked me to move it closer to the edge ...
... interrogation when someone was good and ready. We had one heavily accented 78 year old lady in a wheelchair as our sole company. Terrorism has many faces. With all this time on our hands, I found myself thinking about our country, the countries we'd just visited and specifically the people in them. We had many conversations with many different people about all of the respective countries, people running them and what the future might hold. I suppose that since we were ...
... and a long beach on the west side. Bird life and people watching and just relaxing with a book took up a few hours.
Enjoyed supper in town after walking through the streets ( still awaiting shopping buds ). I enjoyed a delicious Asian shrimp salad and Vern had an awesome chicken stir fry....yum..mouth watering just thinking about it again.
Today we headed east into the town of Safety Harbour . Again a beautiful quaint downtown with many gift shops ...
... as soon as we boarded, so we dropped our carryons, and headed to Cagney's for lunch. Started with a Shrimp Cocktail, for Dad.
Our room was very spacious. and so was the balcony. There were 2 regular chairs, and a small cocktail type table, as well as 2 loungers on that balcony...score for us!
Drink of the Day today ...
... the cold weather months. It was rather cool here this morning but disappointingly there were no manatees.
Fanning Springs is on an inlet of the infamous Suwannee River, subject of Stephen Foster's 1851 song. The song is Florida’s state song even though Foster was never in Florida (according to Wikipedia).
Then we drove to Clearwater. It has been about 15 years since we have been in ...