Fairfield Inn & Suites Ocala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up to her name this trip.
If all goes well we will arrive in New Orleans tomorrow afternoon and plan to be having dinner at Emeril's. While I have been to New Orleans several times, all but one visit has been for business. I'm looking forward to seeing more of the town, outside hotel meeting rooms and the obvious places that cater to mainly out of town business people.
Stay tuned and come back soon.
Angelo and Mary.
... in the world. We started talking about all the people and places we wanted to see and realized we were creating an almost circular path to California and back, with several stops in between. Once we saw the route things happened quickly. New Orleans, which Mary has never seen and I have seen only on business, Tucson to visit Mary's cousin, Woodland Hills to visit Mary's Godmother, Las Vegas for the usual reasons, The ...
... entertained by an adorable otter for over 10 minutes, though he scarpered when we came within a couple of meters. The rest of the trip was much the same, but a 10 minute downpour as we finished naturally kept things interesting. Oddly enough we returned to juniper springs, for a dip in a swimming hole, before returning to the hotel before the weather got nasty.
... 13.00 a nite. the camp spaces are nice (not too private) and have some trees, not too shaded and not in the sun. the first day we arrived it rained all day and all nite. and on and off the next day. on the third day, it was cloudy but dry and we rented a pontoon boat and went down the five mile "run" to lake george. the boat ride was beautiful, we saw lots of birds and manatees.
randi got a fishing license here and caught a lot of fish from the pontoon ...
... the country. Glass bottom boat tours of the springs began in the late 1870s. In the 1920s, Carl Ray and W.M. Davidson made the land around the headwaters of the Spring into something resembling the attraction that is there today, now known as the Silver Springs Nature Theme Park.
When our family visited Ocala about 14 years ago, we visited Silver Springs but already than it was a bit overpriced and under maintained. ...