Country Inn & Suites Ocala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Made it from Fairfield North Carolina to Ocala Florida. Pretty pooped but the hotel has a pool and we stretched out for a bit listening to the cars on the highway roar past. But, we're in shorts and in Florida. Ocala, in the central part of the state boasts the Ocala National Forest and from what we can see not too much else. Central Florida appears to be quite run down and red neck. Nothing here to keep us lingering. We have two more nights in motels before we can access our condo in ...
Ocala is a city in Marion County, Florida, United States. As of the 2013 census, its population, estimated by the United States Census Bureau, was 57,468, making it the 45th most populated city in Florida. It is the county seat of Marion County. ...
... went well with Lon - a professional engineer. He saw several leaks in the irrigation system but other than that he said we had selected a good place in the Villages. What a surprise!
We went to Sumter Square after as the inspection took most of the afternoon. We immediately saw a golf cart for sale that hopefully we can investigate tomorrow. It is gas and a Yamaha ...
... wants to be friends with Putin and Iran and would love to give the country over to Islam (just repeating some statements I have heard).
The Democrats are saying that Mitt Romney has cheated on his tax (hasn't paid because his money is in the Cayman Islands and Switzerland), he has killed hundreds of thousands of jobs of hard working middle class man when he was in charge of Bain Captial and wantst to take independance away from women (just ...
... not get over the number of abandoned citrus fruit orchards. You can tell the trees are still bearing fruit, although presumably not to the extent that they would if they were being farmed, and many have been overtaken by pine trees.
We made it home just minutes before Kirk and Pauline as we ran a couple of errands on the way. I believe it would be fair to say that their reaction is ...