Last winter, I decided to take my family on a holiday getaway, but i wanted to escape the sub-zero rapidly changing temperatures and feet of snow accumulation up north.
I researched all sorts of weird destinations.
I preferred to not only remain in the United States but find someplace along the east coast; With three little youngsters, I knew it would easier for us to drive. I eventually came across St. Petersburg. Located along the Gulf Coast, the area offers elegant year round weather, plenty of daylight and pristine beaches. I maintained into a variety of rental properties, but everything with direct beach access was for too upscale. I eventually found a small Air B&B just a short walk from the shoreline that was within my price range. The apartment did not include a swimming pool, fitness center or laundry. I figured that we weren’t going to spend much time using the accommodations and didn’t require upscale. When we arrived, the small size of the rental apartment was a bit of a surprise, and my associate and I barely had enough space to open our suitcases. There was absolutely little water pressure in the shower and pipes made different noises all night long. The cooling system was evidently ancient. It was some type of a window component that was installed into a wall. The cabinet was dented, rusted and whenever the component started up, it made an scary screech. Most of the buttons didn’t work, and the cooling component dripped a considerable amount of water on the floor. My associate and I were just cheerful that it gave acceptable air to keep the accommodations cool.