Rainbow Rivers Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... but it is usually the RV not the car that is the problem.
We had a great time in Cortez, and it was good to see are old friends and make new ones. Everyone had such a good tIme we all agreed to meet up at the same place next year in May.
Depending on the car we still hope to start our summer travels next week.
... flowers in the park this morning. And, much to my surprise there are Camellias in bloom. I did not have a camera with me today or I would have taken a shot to prove my observation. We will be here to celebrate Arbor Day, the third Friday in January! Apparently Florida celebrates two Arbor Days - the next one being in April. This is according to a neat book I picked up at the library, "Month by Month Gardening - Florida", by Tom MacCubin.
I guess ...
The final on line preparation was to set up reservations at the two specialty restaurants. We are early birds and it looks like we won't be alone - there was a very limited number of early seating times available. We are looking forward to the luxury of eating first class everyday. We're ready for a routine of exercise, bridge, reading, checking our email in a beautiful setting while at sea and checking out the many ports of ...
Thursday 10/30 - The Villages is located about 75 miles northwest from Orlando. its hard to describe how big this place is - in size its as large as Manhattan with:
- 110,000 residents,
- 55,000 homes,
- 36 golf courses,
- 1100 clubs and activity groups for residents
After dropping our bags at their house, G ...
... hole grandstand and watch the various groups finish their games. There was an excellent score board there too. We managed to get top row seats which meant we enjoyed some breeze and we could rest our backs against a railing. The players walked right behind us when they were finished and of course we saw them finish. We stayed right until the end and witnessed Matt Every win the tournament - but it was by no means a slam dunk! It ...