Rainbow Rivers Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Today we slept in a little, packed up and left Crystal Isles RV resort. We stopped in downtown Crystal River for a little souvenir shopping and an early lunch. The only shops open were dive shops, but we found a few things. Lunch was at Crackers by the water. The food was good and it was nice to look out at Kings Bay. Today was the first time the wind has laid off the entire time ...
... every day in more than 60 recreation centres, 30,000 lifelong learning courses, 2,200 plus social clubs, dozens of support groups, churches on many corners, nightly entertainment and close-knit neighbourhoods. For example, there are at least 29 different Alzheimer's support groups alone that meet in the Villages. You probably would not get much of an argument from the folks here that the peak of emotional life does not occur until well into ...
... through. When we got close to Mount Dora the scenery became very pretty. There were lakes on either side of the road and beautiful homes. Richard lucked out and found a downtown parking spot as many of the normal parking places and streets were to be closed at 4 pm for the Mount Dora Christmas Walk. The Club had spots reserved at the Pisces Rising Seafood and Steak restaurant and we all ate outside. We both had Jambalaya that ...
We were up bright and early as I had my first golf lesson to attend and Richard had an early work conference call. My class started at 9:15 but they asked they we come a bit earlier to make sure everyone paid and got clubs if you needed them. This program, "New To Golf", provides 1.5 hour instruction from Monday to Friday for a week. I even have my own name tag and golf bag tag! you can ...
... to Sumter Landing for one of the two Tartan Day Celebrations. We found a spot to sit in the shade but the pipers never came to our side of the Square. They performed much like when Richard and I had seen them earlier - playing on and on without announcing what they were playing. Mum and I left before the second act as we were tiring of the pipes. Imagine!
Earlier Mum and I had carted to Publix and got some gas for the cart. I am sure we ...