Fig Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... are made with the sharp type of toes that limit movement, in addition to heels that are high and force a person's weight right onto the round of the person's foot. Men's shoes have issues too. Guys are also susceptible to foot problems because of putting on a range of shoes. Ladies and guys both purchase orthotics trying to correct exactly what footwear can not. Podiatric doctors normally recommend that their clients purchase and put on shoes and ...
... night and save our money for better things.
The drive was long and as we got closer to Florida the traffic picked up. Lots of 5th wheels, travel trailers and giant RV's. Also lots and lots of big rig trucks. Then it starts to rain.....hard.....then thunder and lots of lightening. We were creeping along or stopped for about an hour and we only had 30 miles to go. Finally a small break in the weather and we are up to 35 ...
... c.1830 which is a fantastic example of colonial living) and the beautiful First Baptist Church. But do not miss St Augustine's (just south of Jacksonville) and technically back in Florida. This town legitimately claims the status of the oldest town in the USA and is designed for teaching tourists a bit of USA history - right back to fighting the French and Spanish for rights to the land. Claimed celebratory meal with the soldiers ...
... for Thanksgiving. They will do some fishing on their yacht. They love to fish for sail-fish and tuna. Leah invited us to stay here and be able to get out of the RV for a bit. We talked her into leaving Murphy(her dog). He is enjoying our company as much as we are enjoying his. He is a very sweet dog.
Sunday we went to church at Holy Spirit in Jacksonville. How ironic ...
... good enough! we were set. Now to occupy ourselves until it was time for our rides.
Here is a link to a news report about the Magic Kingdom being full and some rides having a 4 hour wait time:
http://www.clickorlando.com/news/big-cr owds-force-disney-to-close-parks-to-som e-guests/-/1637132/23710724/-/sh47ev/-/ index.html
With me checking the wait times of the rides I had to keep directing us to all the shortest lines possible. Luckly, ...