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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... for lunch at a place called The Shrimp Basket. Angie had popcorn shrimps, corn on the cob, hush puppies and a corn fritter. I had fried shrimp. It was good. Got into Quincy, Fl. at about 7 p.m. With the time change. Drove into town to eat. Not much to choose from. Settled on Hardee's. Tomorrow we will be in ...
... Rivers State Park; children whined and grumbled, sleepy bodies shocked by the cold as we carried them into the cabin. We noticed the astounding number of stars visible overhead (none of those cozy warm clouds to keep in some heat) but little else before we all collapsed thankfully into the pre-heated cabin.
We awoke the next morning to a beautiful and tranquil sight. Where Florida meets the southwest corner of Georgia, ...
... was a neat little town with stores around a square. They had scarecrows all over town. They were at city limits, homes, businesses, and on each lamp post down town. It was really neat.
We were in Clemson the week after the FSU/Clemson football game so we kept our FSU affiliation low key. They have tiger paw prints painted on the streets and there are a lot of bussinesses that start with "Tiger". We ate lunch ...
My last day was spent in the Sydney office (pix attached) meeting with the great staff there. Our office is just across the Harbor Bridge and has beautiful views, which I tried to capture between monsoon rains! Office is a melting pot of cultures, including a woman named Julia for Russia! And the space itself is hip and modern, which I loved. Monday night's dinner was the best I had all week. And I finally got a decent bottle of wine! We went to a place called Otto - which ...
Tomorrow is the big day.
We're making our last minute preparations and unconsciously deciding exactly what we're going to forget (I hope it isn't important). We're both really looking forward to hitting the open road and having nothing to do but absolutely whatever we want to.
If you have any last minute travel tips, suggested destinations, or just want to warn us about that troubling dream you just had last night, ...