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Holiday Inn does not have a free breakfast so we went to Cracker Barrel which was close to the Honeywell. Diane had Old Timers and Joel had Uncle Herschel's........bought a DVD of Mama's Family episodes and a 6" cast iron pan for the RV (we had given the one we had to Deb for Christmas).........57.64 on visa. Stopped at the WDW Walmart to get some needed things.....132.26 on visa and went to the Walmart Liquor Store for Vodka ...
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Maureen and I are embarking on a journey across the United States from St. Petersburg Florida to California. We have both dreamed about this trip for over 35 years, it's finally happening! We are staying in homes owned by current and former teachers whom we contacted through the Educators ...
... and could see the ocean from it. While the weather was mostly perfect, some days we spent more time in that room than outside just so we could enjoy the sun without leaving home.
We had never been to St. Pete Beach, and loved it. We could walk to everything -- food stores, shops, cafes, restaurants, the beach, beach bars. One weekend, there was an arts and crafts fair just a couple of blocks away and it was great. High quality wares, nice music, beautiful weather ...
... originally settled Dunedin in the nineteenth century. Two Scotsmen, J.O. Douglas and James Sumerville, named the settlement Dunedin, the original name of Edinburgh, their hometown in Scotland. Sister city to Stirling, Scotland, Dunedin has maintained and embraced its Scottish roots. Once a year, Scottish clans descend upon the city for the Dunedin Highland Games. Both Dunedin High School and Dunedin Highland ...
... we notice tropical storm "Get Peter out the Sun" arriving.
So with all of that excitement we determine to call it a day for sunbathing and get ready to go out for the evening. We are going to The Gondolier restaurant by the Jolly Trolley, this is a local bus service that runs from 10am to 10pm.
It costs $2 (1.60) each to go where you like? It's true ...