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Naples, a small town in Florida, has seen a major change over time from a sleepy fishing town to 1 of the finest and most upscale places to live in the entire USA. From its humble origins whilst the property of a fishing community, Naples Florida slowly expanded over the years to ...
We had breakfast with Julie and friend Steve. Packed up a drove along Oregon coast. Such pretty area. Stopped at Bell Buoy for smoked salmon and had pan fried razor clams. The taste wS wonderful but we weren't sure about the pan frying. I guess deep frying makes them tough. We stopped at the Tillamook cheese factory and watched that for a bit and bought too much cheese.
Stopped at Rv resort in Cannon Beach, ...
... An Italian kid named Julian gets on stage, starts rocking out and we’re all in awe. So much in awe I fail to count the drinks any longer and so the next morning’s early start is a rude shock!
A breakfast of chicken fried steak and eggs at Patty’s Egg Nest (everything comes with three eggs!) fixes me up enough for an early morning excursion to the ...
... a little time to reconnoiter the area. We have been to this spot before!! I recognized one of the shops . . . Carol confirmed!!
This is a quaint little cafe on the corner . . . with lots of interesting folks to observe, both eating and passing by . . . one fellow with spiked hair in sort of a Mohawk . . . and the jingle, instead of being in his pocket, was on his face!!!
Carol had a standard breakfast, coffee, 2 eggs over easy, a biscuit (recommended by the ...
... and international food imaginable. We spent the morning and into the afternoon just wandering around. For lunch we ate international—chicken empanadas and ham, Swiss and spinach crepes. What a combo, but both were delicious.
We then walked our lunch off by walking up the six blocks to the top level of the waterfront, then 6 blocks down to the Century Center. We rode up in the elevators, first to the ...
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