1872 John Denham House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... 60 so we didn't have much trouble. Man, there's a lot of tailgaters on the road...not sure where they think they can go with a dozen cars in front of them, all going 75 mph.
Lots of Cardinals calling around the park here...wonderful sound. We've stayed here before...nice beautiful park. ...
... Jolie which reminded me that we are still experiencing the horrors of war but in a very different manner. I truly salute all who have and continues to serve our country.
We stopped at a fabulous restaurant in Mobile and had one of the best meals of our trip. It was located on the bay. If you are ever in the area be sure to eat at Felix's Fish Camp & Grill. Truly the freshest and tastiest "fresh" fish ever. Desserts are great ...
Our stay at the resort is over and it is time to head home. We spent $30 dollars on ice and some snacks to fill up the ice chest. Our first stop on the way back is Tallahassee. We will be taking the same route back that we took to come here. This stop was very quick, we just needed to get gas and are on our way again. The gas was ...
... and interesting and funny. We stopped for a comfort break at Osceola Forest at 10.25 am and took off at 10.55 am. Andrew sat and read his book, I took a photo on my way back to the bus. The setting is beautiful and forest on both sides of the highway. I talked with Mick and Jen about what buses to catch in Honolulu for Pearl Ridge and Waikali Premium outlets, Mick is going to email me PDF info. When we got back on the coach, Chanda played a game and name the band. I just want to read ...
... We bowled up to ask if anyone would mind if we parked here for the night. They turned out to be from Georgia and one guy (Vic was his name) offered to tow our canoe up the swift looking river so we could float down again. He was bearded, scarred, over-aled and about 70 years old, his flat bottomed dingy had the same look. It was pretty late but he was so keen to take us so I suggested we just go for a look in ...