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... We have learned that you have to travel over there before 10 in the morning to not get stuck in lineups and have no difficulty with parking!!
It was the wine and olive festival in Edgewater Park today. We visited with people from Washington ,DC,New Orleans and Maryland. We absorbed as much info as we could about New. Orleans ,our next destination.
Sat with an older couple ...
... and uprisings the government moved them on to the great prairies leaving some to hide out in the Everglades. It was in the 1950 s that they were finally recognized as the lost Seminole tribe.
Once the town became more civilized it became an important seaport, which aided in the dispersment of the tobacco and cigar trade. Then with the railroad connection the remaining US enjoyed the bounties of ...
... times we were stopped or creeping along at a few miles an hour for miles on end, and there appears to be no reason for it. ie accidents. Anyway we turned off the expressway onto a very minor road that lead into Tarpon Springs. It turned out to be a beaut little fishing village, and very popular as the place was crowded with tourists/visitors. We ate some excellent genuine, and cheap, greek fare at a nice restaurnt overlooking the port and had a drink then we ...
... and condiments for us to enjoy with the meal? Jane and James in their usual style, continued lay in bed watching the action proceed while myself and Meg helped with the trays being brought in. However when Kelly left Jane leapt into action, apparently like a slow Loris.
The breakfast dealt with we went about the job of planning our rest day. Pool, bar and food. Planning done, ...
... is two 100+ foot verticle drops.......fantastic! Oh and Paul Stannard.....they do still have The Scorpion (photo attached), but it seems a bit rubbish now! The animals were good to see too by the way!!
Earlier this week I headed 160 miles down the coast to Naples to visit my Brother Lawrence, his partner Suzanne and my Nephew and Niece James and Emma who are on their usual annual fun and beach pilgrimage to Disney World ...