Park Avenue Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... wafting over the port . The whole scallop 'business setup' is owned by one man who started the Scallop boat fleet, and now consists of several restaurants and bars, and is a real local Icon eating place. Wonderful seafood evening with special seating given to Margaret & Tim (and us) from their friends who own this amazing business We tried our first cosmopolitan cocktail (YUMMY).
Setting off the next morning ...
... and killed at least a hundred of those suckers. Eventually we had to don our very snappy, fashionable bug clothing including the ever popular Bug Bucket( a hat with a net to cover the face.) and our net jackets. While this was helpful, it did not stop the flies from entering the boat. We eventually had to close all the windows. Now folks, it was about 90 degrees with 100% humidity in the swamps. Closing the windows was like turning the boat into a floating a furnace. It was pretty ...
... Where's Wally' our Motorhome to be shipped home from LA. No surprise, lots and lots of paperwork. Well worth it though. We will be parting company with it about a week or so before we leave. We are booked in to Wyndham resorts at San Diego and Anaheim (Disneyland) while we are homeless. Should be fun.
Our next stop is Daytona Beach, Florida. Then we get to catch up with the Moormanns from the Redlands, in Orlando, Florida. Excited!
... filming the latest Sponge Bob movie! The beer shop was our next stop so that we could use the restrooms (honest). There must have been 200 different beers/ales from all over the world just sitting there waiting to be drank... we met more people, some from ohio, some locals who pointed us in the right direction to see where Forest Gump sat on the bench waiting for his bus with his box of chocolates! The only other priority a traveller ...