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    Well we'll have a car this time :)

    I was thinking we could get a hotel up there for a night or two and maybe hit up busch gardens the following day or something
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 254201
    Well we'll have a car this time :)

    I was thinking we could get a hotel up there for a night or two and maybe hit up busch gardens the following day or something
    Certainly could. Or go over and spend some time on the Gulf beaches!

    Tom (... really wants to go back to the Don CeSar!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 254202
    Certainly could. Or go over and spend some time on the Gulf beaches!

    Tom (... really wants to go back to the Don CeSar!)
    great idea, I know someone who'd love that! (and I guess the car has air con for me so I can stay there and internet )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 254205
    great idea, I know someone who'd love that! (and I guess the car has air con for me so I can stay there and internet )
    Go stay here!



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    wow that looks kinda cool!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 254202
    Certainly could. Or go over and spend some time on the Gulf beaches!

    Tom (... really wants to go back to the Don CeSar!)
    What is the DON CESAR like





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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 254207
    wow that looks kinda cool!!
    Yep! The Don Cesar. Built back in the 1924. The "Pink Lady" played host to all kinds of famous personalities; F. Scott Fitzgerald, Clarence Darrow, Franklin Roosevelt and even Al Capone.

    It's really a delightful place to spend some time. My DW and I went down there several years ago and spent a week. Did nothing but lay around, eat, drink, swim and read. Probably one of the most relaxing vacations I've ever had!

    Tom (.... wonder if Uncle Andy's Ice Cream shop is still there?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 254208
    What is the DON CESAR like
    Go check the link to the resort back in my post here (click me), Robert.

    It's a beautiful, old resort hotel on St. Petersburg beach that has nothing to do in it except rest, eat, drink, sleep, swim and relax. Right on the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.

    Tom (... fan of "The Don"!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 254209
    Yep! The Don Cesar. Built back in the 1924. The "Pink Lady" played host to all kinds of famous personalities; F. Scott Fitzgerald, Clarence Darrow, Franklin Roosevelt and even Al Capone.

    It's really a delightful place to spend some time. My DW went down there several years ago and spent a week. Did nothing but lay around, eat, drink, swim and read. Probably one of the most relaxing vacations I've ever had!

    Tom (.... wonder if Uncle Andy's Ice Cream shop is still there?)
    Thanks for the info it is nice to hear of places you have seen but never been to





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    Just googled it ANDYS ICECREAM PARLOUR is still there





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