Costa d'Este Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of stops for drinks and coffee. I managed to get fridge magnets of most of the states I have visited on this trip from one of the garage stops.
We turn off the interstate and take highway 40 through the Ocala National Forest before getting back on the Atlantic Coast road all the way to Melbourne on the Atlantic Coast. We have the option of going to see Cape Canaveral but it's another 93 miles , ...
... proponents for the elimination of global warming, they are at times 6" max above sea level. I saw a show on the history channel that said if both the ice caps melted completely, the oceans would rise 200+ feet, and that would make Florida gonzo my friends:
I put this image in because I haven't fixed my camera dilemma yet, so I couldn't shoot any video while underway. I am going to start dropping into camera & dive shops, of which there are a lot of, ...
... a few fences to collect some fresh dung samples that Dexter and Delilah obligingly produced when they saw me. Nothing like the aroma of fresh hippoo at the end of a long, wet day!
The following day I was due at the Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo (which I managed to find without getting lost or going to the wrong place) to visit their pygmy hippos, Fitri and Dagwood. I don’t know which congressional committee is responsible for appointing names to pygmy hippos in ...
... people great. We met some locals who told us where to go to touch a manatee, which by the way is against the law. No touching,no feeding and no harassing manatees.
A couple guys were checking out the truck while we were in eating and of course Wolf tried to sell it. We also met a couple of guys retired from N.J. who looked like bikers. They were retired Verizon and Mobile Oil. The people here are really nice. The retired ...
... sidewalk to me it's the pavement - you know what I mean - silly language...). I had to sit on my hands at one point, well at least then, my trousers (or pants depending on your language) soaked up the sweaty palms. Not that I am saying Doug couldn't drive, it's just so different on the other side (where have I heard that before?). The next shift off I decided to go and lie down in the back - got to be better with ...