Bird's Nest Apts
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... a couple of folding chairs for us to take to the beach and also lent us a beach umbrella. On the beach, there were several small areas cordoned off with sign saying that these were turtle egg laying spots! The sea on the gulf coast is like bath water....so warm. We spent all day sunbathing, but Jess was a bit careful as she burnt her bum the day before! In the ...
Day 1 travel to Alaska
The day has finally arrived! We are all very excited to go to this beatiful state and escape the heat for a little while. After we have packed the minimal amount of luggage, we get to the gate in orlando barely on time for our first flight. Smooth sailing to Denver and on we went to Anchorage. Unfortunately only 30 minutes ...
... names on the bowl grid for prizes, and Marla's name was called for the final game prize! She won a very cool beach chair and a $25 dinner certificate. Luckily, we stayed in Navarre one more day so we used our gift certificate for lunch the next day.
It's time to start driving west, so we made our way to Baton Rouge, LA, where we spent a couple nights. Another rainy day meant we went to the Mall of Louisiana where Marla shopped ...
... a ball about with some locals. When the heat picked up, we escaped to a little place for lunch, which was cool little place before returning to the house. The rest of the day/ evening was spent at the house, sampling some of the southern food, and a lesson in American guns! The next morning was a good one planned, however first was the case of breakfast, and not any old breakfast, but Ruthann's famous French toast breakfast! It was incredible, and I went as far as to say the ...
... waiting for us to give them some food. I felt like the ghosts of all the squirrels I have dispatched over the years were staring at me through their greedy little eyes. We spent the afternoon walking through the groves of palm trees (called hammocks) and live oaks hung with moss. It was a green jungle interspersed with brown prairie and views of the Myakka River. Dead and dying live oaks were covered ...