Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lake Placid
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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- Free parking
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... and get comfortable. He has been in high stress since we started packing a few weeks ago. He always had a little anxiety if he saw one suitcase come out for any of my business trips and the boxes and moving of items had him completely out of sorts. Once he settled down a bit we went out to dinner at the local Outback's (we were dying for steak after we drove past what felt like thousands of cows in central Florida - who ...
Cleaning and getting things ready for our move tomorrow. Spent the morning making reservations for our trip to Gulf Shores and then back up north. Spent a little time at the pool in the afternoon. Planning our day with Mike and Lin tomorrow. JD's shoulder has become very painful and he is looking for a doctor in Bonita Springs so I know it hurts ...
Great beach day weather. Traffic at Holmes Beach again pretty heavy and hard to find parking so we parked farther south but there were no bathrooms . Found a nice empty beach, tried out our new beach umbrella...glad we bought that... Had one nice long walk to the main beach. Water was wonderful, not too rough. So pretty and peaceful. Left early enough to beat the worst traffic and tried Paul's Kitchen in Wauchula for ...
Moving again. Got in the lottery for a better site and we got our third choice which was pretty good. Big laundry day, a Winn Dixie stop, then the move. Met the neighbors, set up our site and they invited us for a visit. Jim and Jeanne and their friends ...
... new to them fifth wheel camper, I could see the twinkle in Phil's eyes a mile away. It was also great fun going out on the trails, picking oranges and grapefruit right off the trees. We also made friends with a couple who camped there - Earl and Linda and their kids and grandkids. Earl says all you have to do is give these grandkids a swamp donkey and a biscuit and they can entertain themselves for hours. Earl invited all of us over ...