Old Pineapple Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... got itchy red and purulent a few days later. Little did I know this event was only the beginning of a long series of biting arthropod experiences in Florida.
After spending several days at Rum Creek Ranch my next stop was Miami, which is a mini Cuba, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, and the rest of the Caribbean rolled up into one hot, sexy and sweaty city on the white sand beaches of southern Florida. Add a bit of crazy reckless driving and what more could you want in a city? ...
... but then at the end once it was closing, Justin found the actual simulator that was closed - what we'd been in before was just some moving movie screen! He was gutted!
We drove another hour to Orlando and were so happy with our $40 per night hotel room. There was a slingshot ride across the road, and after we checked in we went for a walk and found the slingshot. Justin wanted to go on it, ...
... however that a few of the buildings are undergoing refit for the new projects of the future… The bus dropped us off at the Apollo/Saturn V exhibit… Its not everyone's cup of tea, but I enjoyed it, learnt a thing or two (but then again I like that sort of nerdy stuff anyway)… after I'd gone through that exhibit it was time to get back on the bus and head back to ...
... t grow on trees. By the time we pulled into Charleston it was so late all the fish stores were closed so our plan of a Valentines dinner of fresh caught fish grilled over campsite flames came to naught. We trolled the grocery store frozen food section knowing there wasn't a restaurant in town that would have seating on V Day. Set up camp in the James Island State Park Campground. Fixed our ravioli and a bottle of wine. End of day one, the trip has begun. Day ...
... our eyes skimmed the waterway to see an illuminated glow. Having the pre-launch place virtually to ourselves, we just sat and enjoyed the view. I was really wishing we had a better zoom lens with us but made the best with what we brought. The anticipation, what felt like a whole lot of luck for us to even be there, and the gorgeous location had us giddy with excitement.
When we woke up and peeked our heads out, there were swarms of people. It just so ...