BEST WESTERN Heritage Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wine the rest of the afternoon.
Spent another week cleaning house,
saying good bye to seasonal friends, visiting the keys for more local
Shrimp and Hogfish which is so yummy when blackened. Also attended
Elane's Celebration of Life which was held at the Fairchild Tropical
Before heading back to Canada, we
camped for two days at Highland Hammock State Park. With hardly
One of our big reasons for going to Florida was to visit with nephew Ambrose, niece Heather and great nephew and niece Rhys and Avelyn. We met at the Bok Garden Tower Sanctuary which was a quiet and beautiful place to enjoy a leisurely day with them all. The tower has a fascinating history. Created by Mr. Bok in the 1920s to honor his grandparents, he hired the best of the best ...
Besides Alaska, Legoland was one of Elijah's top 3 "must sees" on his list. Jim and Deb were luke warm about it, but came to Florida to see Jim's nephew and our great niece and nephew, and made a point to make this Legoland trip happen. Well guess what? We loved it, too! (Deb actually enjoyed it way more than Universal).
And here's Elijah to tell you all about it...
Today we drove over to Winter Haven to spend some time with Dave. It was a long drive but worth it to see him again. We had a nice visit and lunch. It was nice to be at his home, lots of memories of Marty's Mom there. She really loved living down here. We took route 17 to and from Winter Haven. Mostly a very pretty drive, lots of orange groves and cattle ranches. Some pretty poor areas too. Back to the hotel later for a workout and ...
... high wires, locking systems, and adrenaline fueled veins. Adventure number two still makes my knees weak and heart palpitate. Terri had found a company that took people paragliding over the Alps and glaciers. Yes, paragliding. That sport that requires you to run down a mountain, catch the wind and fly away. Feet off the ground for no good reason other than flying like a bird. The group had just arrived in the next ...