Lion Country Safari KOA Campground
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Brenda Martin and I are counting the days until we leave for Copenhagen on Thursday. Wonderful to be flying directly from Fort Lauderdale Airport to Copenhagen. Will be staying at the Radisson Blu and exploring this fabulous town. Have a dinner reservation at a Michelin rated establishment and wait listed at the number one restaurant in the world. Any guesses as to the ...
Dec 21st – Loxahatchee
I honestly remember nothing about this day! Chris watched football and the Pats won! I think we worked out. Julia and I decorated our sugar cookies to the best of our abilities with limited supplies. They looked like a delicious hot mess!
Dec 24th – Christmas eve
Okay so I don't remember a lot about this day either. We did workout in the morning because we knew ...
We woke up early the next morning because the park had opened and all the hunters were arriving with their trucks and 4 wheelers. It was pretty tough to sleep through all that noise so we forced ourselves to start the day early. We figured we would go to the library for a little bit to get some work done but we keep forgetting that in small towns libraries have very short hours and aren't open as often. The local library was only opening at noon and we were not going ...
... that we were in front of Betty Ford’s home.
The hustle and bustle of the area confirmed we were no longer on island time. We cleared Pas de Deux through U.S. customs via phone, but had to report in person to the West Palm Beach airport to clear immigration. We spent a few days enjoying the Palm Beach area, including a visit to the Flagler Museum. All was very nice and beautiful and the weather was terrific during our ...
... at this point and kept a strict peripheral view of her at all times, especially Tulang. Things were getting festive and fun, we were all in the Mexican spirit if you catch my drift, and it was dinnertime. Dinner was FAB, John passed out early, the girls had a kitchen cleanup/dance party, Sue taught us some boat lingo, like starboard, aft, port, stern, v-birth, salon, galley etc. and told us there would be a quiz in the morning, and if we passed our trip would be FREE. ...