Parker Manor Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... goes all the way around (I wasn’t so fond of that one). We ended the day with a ride on the train that goes along open savannah where the African animals are and a look at a few of the animal enclosure, although we chose to skip the Kangaroo and lorikeet one. We picked up the car and headed to Orlando in preparation for hitting Disney World for the next 5 days. Yes 5 days! We will be well fuelled up with a meal of ribs, steak and shrimp from the Black Angus Steak house. ...
... Schnebly Redlands Winery. Wines here are made from avocado, guava, coconut, and other fruits, but no grapes. We arrived at 2 PM and the winery was hopping. They also have a small brewery with 4 brews (including Big Rod Coconut Ale – yummy). A local film crew was filming for an advertisement and asked the two of us if we would mind being filmed sitting at a table romantically sipping glasses of wine, which was quite fun. In early evening ...
... the 12 day fair, so the horses had already left. There was an exotic animal zoo with llamas, alpacas, a bear, and a giraffe. My favorite was a large building dedicated to judged fine arts, arts and crafts, aquariums, and botanicals.
Greg and I watched two shows: 'Kachunga and the Alligator' and 'Hollywood Racing Pigs'. Each show lasted about 30 minutes, which was long enough.
But the largest area was taken up by the midway. So many rides, ...
... had and info on equipment they've used. Routes and mapping are shared, ways to test equipment, which equipment is better for given situations, etc., so the opportunity to learn is always present. Today when talking to Ron, he spoke of his Rohloff speed hub, an internal gearing system located in the hub of the rear wheel, and he gave me insights as to why he chose his generating system, the the same system we have on our ...