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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... to go out for dinner, but when I saw the rib-eyes at Publix, I could go no further. Ken had pitta bread and coleslaw and I had a pound of beef with mushrooms and broccoli. Mmmmmm - beef iron...
And that's it for the time being. It looks like we'll be here for a while, waiting for parts to arrive. After much angst about which chart plotter to get, we've decided. Joey the electronics whiz is ...
... the birds are singing, we just passed a lollop (Jean says the correct collective noun for Manatees is "aggregation" but I prefer "lollop") of about 14 Manatees (Ken's numbers not mine), the bridges are opening for us, and everything is perfect in Paradise. The Port engine just packed up, but hey, who's being picky?
PS Sorry there are no decent photos. Photographs are frowned upon in Border Securty.
Left at 9:30 - think we'll shoot for Richmind, KY 12:00 - Locust Grove - traffic at a halt. - Hit horrible traffic from Locust Grove (212 exit) to (273) Wade Green.... North and south of Atlanta. What a mess. Will have to figure out how to avoid that next year. OMG - Exit 49 - we came off the road to get gas - ...
... off for a coffee in the old part of town, which although wouldn't pass off as British, contained the essence of an old English town with a high street full of independent shops, not aligned to chain stores. Helen had searched Tripadvisor and had come across 'Fish Camp' (www.owensfishcamp.comj, a fish restaurant in downtown Sarasota. Even on a Tuesday evening it was packed out and we had a wait of about an hour for a table. It was worth the wait and ...
... late 1990s when it was turned over to Florida State University who then spent six years and around $15 million to restore it to its original magnificent glory.
The Circus Museum was established in 1948 and is the first museum to chronicle the great history of the American circus. It houses giant banners, circus wagons of all sorts, costumes, the Human Cannon, and The Wisconsin. The Wisconsin was the private railcar of John and Mable Ringling. The ...