Fairfield Inn & Suites Ocala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... get to Bay Hill - all very organized though for a few moments we wondered if we were doing the right thing due to the lack of signs.
MasterCard was a major sponsor and all we had to do all day was pay using our MasterCard to receive a 10% discount. They had a big entertainment area when we first entered although I think we were too early to get coffee. Now had we wanted something with liquor I am sure we would have ...
We left Hugh Taylor Birch State Park and took the back roads through the everglades and looped around Lake Okeechobee then through sugar cane country. Then there was scrub pine and then the citrus groves. We came to rest at Arrowhead Campsites to be used as our base to visit family and get some PM work done on our RV at the Piney Woods Automotive in Ocala ...
... br> 1. Most Americans should vote Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party nominee or Jill Stein, the Green Party nominee. Just do it out of fun, let's see what the 'big parties' think of that. In 4 years you can go back to your old choice.
2. Because the slashing and bashing is so fierce, I would suggest that on November 6th 2012 at sunrise before 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (the White House) a dual would be held between the two candidates. And than who wins... ...
It was up early for me today so I could attend the 8 am Tai Chi class at the Bridgeport Rec Centre. I have never done Tai Chi before although our friend Audrey Guzar has tried to link me up with folks back in Mississauga. It has just never worked out schedule-wise.
The class was packed again. This time there was a limit of 60 and I wasn't the only beginner. The facilitator warned us it would take a year to learn the Yang Short Form (48) ...