The Cabell House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... employees there. So, we got to wind around through the back roads of Disney World whenever we rode in the car with them. AND we got to see the Disney fireworks display right outside the door! They get to hear, see and feel it every single night at 10:00PM!!! It was awesome. We watched a couple of movies, and had tea and scones prepared by Alicia....Sooooooooo good! A real tea party! It was really nice to visit them in ...
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... don't bother me now with conversation I'm freaking out silence type bridge'. We finally arrived at our new home and Ted hadn't hardly got out of the van when the drunk next door neighbor lady in the huge 42' motorhome came out to bend his ear. Sheree came out to run interference so Ted could get us all hooked up and settled for the night. When a few mosquitos appeared Sheree graciously retreated back inside our little haven after hearing most of her life ...
... train so I walked around and saw a barber shop where i wanted to get a haircut. I was 4th in line, and I knew that at the rate this guy was cutting hair, it'd be October before I got mine done, but i liked the vibe in there so i hung out for a bit. If the waitlist wasnt already enough to turn me off the cut, i soon realised that old mate with the clippers really only knew one style of haircut. Lets call it the 50 ...
After lunch Randy and I continued walking around the city. We found a beautiful church and graveyard. Here's something I learned on the carriage ride: A graveyard is attached to a church and you have to be a church member to be buried there. A cemetery is open to any denomination and is not necessarily beside a church. We walked through the graveyard and read some of the headstones. There ...