Hilton Garden Inn Palm Coast
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... items in a couple of ice chests (thanks, Leon for the electric ice chest) and then we used the ice maker, that is a stand-alone unit in the motor home, for all the freezer items. We then put bowls of hot water in the freezer to speed things along, and I used a hair dryer (not recommended by any manufacturer – but is highly efficient if used properly) to defrost the metal cooling fins. Voila! In about 30 minutes we were frost free and ...
... that the two floors above us housed supplies such as candy molds and bulk supplies. Also, their molded candies are produced on the second floor. He said that they took special orders and had molds for just about any shape you can think of. They also chocolate coat just about anything you can think of that is edible. They had Twinkies, Oreos, pretzels, Rice Krispie treats, graham crackers, and most likely would cover anything else you wanted in chocolate. ...
... a ball field and a set of wooden bleachers. The stadium was quite small, with a capacity of just 4,200. Less than half of the seats were filled on this evening.
The stadium is home to the Daytona Tortugas, a minor league affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. This is the first year for the team at this stadium, previously having been affiliated with the Chicago Cubs since 1993.
We grabbed a couple of seats directly behind home plate, ...
... efforts of those of you who followed our blog, and then took the time to offer your insights and comments, which we enjoyed reading very much.
A vote of gratitude is also in order for some special people we met along the way: Debora, Maria, Roberto and Mariano in Lucca; Judy in Florence; Florentine and Joan in Amsterdam, along with all of the other Dutch people who were so friendly and willing to help; and to our ...
... next month. We were heading to Charleston so called ahead to Campers World in and they could have a look at it tomorrow morning.
Now having a plan for the electrical fix which will give us hot water, I unhappily packed up my bags and walked up the hill to the camp showers. Hung my bags on the hooks, got the
water set to just the perfect temperature, climbed in and let the warm water run through my hair. It felt sooooo ...