Huntington by the Sea
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... in time change. I was so thankful that the time change happened on the drive home though and not on the way to Destin as I had originally thought. We also hit a lot of rain to the point where I could hardly see where I was going. It was bad. I was glad to make it home safe and sound after white knuckling the steering wheel for hours.
Woke up to the sound of thunder which is unusual for the morning but I do love storms. It was lightning late into the night which we could see nicely from our balcony and from our bed. I fell asleep to it. But there was no thunder…until this morning. We went to breakfast which was included and fabulous. All fresh food and chefs preparing eggs/omelets and cute little baby waffles. Lots of fruit and fresh juices too along ...
This morning we awoke to find ants all over our food and the bag. I noticed it right before we were packing to leave and put my arm in the bag and got bit by the ants. They were everywhere. The building we were staying in is very old and I suspect I should have known that this could happen but we spent 4 nights with the food in the Country Inn and Suites and nothing so I wasn't conscious at all of bugs. They were ...
... 130 km from the Alabama state border for a fuel stop. As I am pumping gas I notice an Econo Lodge over my shoulder and a restaurant bar advertising an all you can eat seafood buffet. It is a natural trifecta! I have travelled 720 km so all conditions are met!
The seafood buffet is a little bit of a let down, they in fact do not have a liquor license and the crab legs are the smallest I have ever been served, but hey, it was $15.00 ...
... But, now it’s time for a comeback to reality once again.
We had a fast trip on the train late Wednesday from Florence to Rome and transferred to a regional train for the last ride to Fiumicino Aeroporto. The Italian countryside flew by at about 170 MPH, slower than from Venice :>) and I am sharing some snapshots of the rolling hills we passed on the journey. Take a look at how the trees close to the train ...