Days Inn Leesburg
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Now that we are home, I thought I would add some pictures of some of the foods we had, some pictures on board the ship, and some of the people that we met along the way. It will be a nice way to end our book. I also want to thank my amazing Mother for being such a great traveling companion. We are certainly two different people, but surprisingly alike in many ways as well. I am proud to be her ...
... took us to lunch at the Arnold Palmer Country Club.
The rest of the afternoon we spent riding around seeing different neighborhoods. Not too many traffic lights, but plenty of traffic circles. Until you really know your way around, its easy to get lost.
We finished the evening with dinner at one of the many restaurants located around the property.
... Burt for breakfast at the Village Inn, the food was very good but we soon finished that and set off with Burt leading, it was already very hot, guessing around 85F. Well the beginning it went very well and took a nice scenic route through Triby Rd then things went kinda wrong, Burt didn't know which to go so Kathy took the lead. After back tracking once we ended up in Clermont - I thought I saw 'Mickey' and realised we were on our way to Orlando which was not ...
... Studio Tram Tour, Great Movie Ride, and even saw all the shows I wanted us to, Lights, Motors, Action, Beauty and the Beast, Muppets 3D vision, Indiana Jones and finished the day with Fantasmic. I managed totally exhaust them after that day which is completely understandable. Just writing the list was taxing. We broke up the day with lunch at Mama Melrose’s; an adorable Italian restaurant behind the Muppetvision theatre. Our server ...
... a bit more thoroughly. That seems fair, right?
So where am I going? Perhaps a more fitting question might be, where AREN'T I going? Because while this all started with a trip to Athens, Greece for the International Convention of Jehovah's Witnesses next June, it has since grown significantly larger. And wider. And deeper.
The plans have gone through several changes, modifications, adjustments. ...