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... recommendations. After five or six exactly identical back and forth repetitions of what Dianne understood, versus what the clerk insisted was wrong, we all stopped laughing long enough to realize she wasn't sending us for Oatmeal, but a local haunt called The Old Mill. Luckily she had a great sense of humour as it seemed did everyone in Alabama.
We decided a better restaurant option was the one sharing our hotel parking lot called The Mikato Japanese Steakhouse. ...
Hello everyone, we are at one of our favorite RV parks in Panama City Beach, FL. The beaches here are wonderful, white sugar sand and Emerald green water. We were here last year about this same time so we planned a return trip. This year the weather has NOT been very favorable for beaching. So our plan is to stay further south next year either on the keys or near Naples until mid March to return here. While we were in he ...
After leaving the Venice area we headed back up to St. Petersburg where we visited the "Sunken Gardens".This botanical garden has been a landmark since 1935, and the 4 acre property was purchased and started by a plumber who was also and avid gardener. He drained a shallow lake that dropped 15 feet below street level to provide rich soil to grow fruits and exotic plants from all over the world.
It is now maintained by the city ...
... and Bailey circuses.
John lost all his money in the stock market crash but was smart enough to leave everything he had to the state of Florida. The museum has different rooms side by side with all the art and furniture in them the same as it was when he bought it. The interior garden had lots of interesting statues like a fake Statue of David. Fun picture of Tom standing like David ...
... wrought iron. The streets were full of fortune tellers and buskers, art galleries and antique shops. We particularly loved the skiffle bands on the street corners. New Orleans is a happening place.
One of the highlights was lunch at Antoine’s Restaurant, the oldest and one of the classiest places in town. It opened in 1840 and is still owned by the same family. Picture an opulent dining area ...