BEST WESTERN Brandon Hotel & Conference Center
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We are taking the last meal with memaw, papau, Annemarie, Sean, and Anique! We have to go to bed early so we have enough energy to complete the task of making it to our motel room tomorrow. We recently learned that we have a complication on the rental car pickup as we did not pick the right airport to acquire the car. So we will end up taking a ...
... were already so many people there. We wandered around just a bit and then went on to the seminar. Rob Cochran of Myrtle Beach and Kissimmee spoke and gave some good ideas. I was taking notes but he said we could request his PowerPoint which I will do but it only gives the bullets. He gave a lot of additional information. Wish I could have taped him!
Then the wandering began. There are over 1100 units at the ...
... then we started hoping getting showered, dressed, and packed up to leave. Leave time is 9:30 and I think we'll make it. I took a couple of pictures of the campground sign and the main building. I want to try to start doing this to help me remember where we've been. I know after a while memories will become blurred and all merge together.
Had a nice ride to Dover and for the most part easy driving. I'm glad ...
So we woke up at 4am to a car alarm going off outside our window. When you're traveling with you're entire life in your car, that's a scary sound. Luckily everything was ok and a few hours later we were en route to Florida! We were unaware that south Georgia was essentially the nut capital of the US (edible nuts). After seeing multiple billboards for pralines, peanuts, pecans, ...
... being the Amazon, Inka Trail and Machu Picchu - Galapagos - and every country and city we visited had something special - Although I gotta say - at times things felt a bit familiar - after all it is America. South America that is.
Peru has the best food in South America by far - lots of Sea Food and its fresh, well prepared, inexpensive and the ceviche is fresh and delicious - Denise ate it daily while we were in Lima. In ...