Hampton Inn West Palm Beach Central Airport
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Went to a bar for dinner where we got these amazing tato tots and stuffed meat loaf. The owner, Steve, bought us the ribs. He called them bar crack.... So he could hook us and keep us coming back for more. As JP was dozing off and I was cleaning up I suddenly needed a restroom pronto. I grabbed my tummy and said, "uh oh." JP sat bolt upright, " what's wrong, hon?" "I have diarrhea! I need a toilet, NOW!" JP leapt ...
... the shade but those Freakin Florida ants kept swarming my legs and biting. I shouldn't complain, at least I didn't have to carry anything. I want to point put that 91 degrees here feels much hotter than 91 degrees anywhere else. As we we leaving JP had to get creative because we got locked into the complex by a chain and a padlock. $5. Nuff ...
... raining, but when we got there it stopped so we went with our old plan go to Rapids water park. All the rides were fun but most memorable was the big thunder. Big thunder is a four person tube ride with a twist, when you near the end there is a 45 degree drop into a giant side ways funnel, sooooo ...
... bus. The rhino just stood there for about 3 or 4 minutes and caused a big line up of cars. Finally he moved on but as soon as he moved out of sight another rounded the corner. After the second rhino came a third one. It took a little over 5 minutes for all of the rhinos to get all the way across the road. But it did answer the age-old question of "Why did the rhino cross the road," to get to the scratching post/horn sharpener on the other side XD.
May 17, 2013
I think I learned Something, Would You Look at That?
Yesterday I drove out from the turbulent path behind the International Center, past the field of flags, and onto I90, not knowing when or if I ever would again. I began to do something I have become accustomed to doing when something comes to an ...