Isla del Sol Yacht and Country Club
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... of place people go on holiday to. Beautiful, laid back and yes, the bars have live music. Monday was downtown Tampa Ybor City...a Cuban area created 100 years ago to roll cigars. It's antiquated by Florida standards. Yes, more bars and craft beer. Beer we UK people would be proud of... And my last night was at The Blueberry Patch...America's oldest art space. Full of what most people would call hippies...except these are the real thing...musicians and artists ...
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On the 4th, we drove to old town Dunedin, walked around, and visited their museum after having lunch at Sea Sea Riders Restaurant. We both had their shrimp and grits. It was similar to the dish I had in Savannah, but with a couple of differences – the grits were a little more grainy, and they drizzled a BBQ gastrique over the dish. Good eats!
At the museum we learned that ...
Like normal, I planned our tours for today the previous night.
Our first stop was at Sawgrass Lake Park (in Saint Petersburg). We enjoyed walking on the boardwalk - trying to spot the many birds, turtles and alligators. The boardwalk was quite relaxing and since there were hardly any people on it - we did not fell rushed at all. We were able to walk at leisure - taking tons of pictures.
Our next ...
... train compartment and parked. Both walls on each end of the bus closed and we were trapped inside. We could feel the bus rocking back and forth as the train carried us thru the chunnel. It seemed like about 35-45 minutes until the train stopped and the walls reopened. The bus journeyed on and we arrived in London at around 12pm. We needed to get to our hostel at around 1 I believe and luckily there was an hour time change so we were given more time. It was raining pretty hard ...