Holiday Inn Express - The Villages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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Although we don't take off on our adventure for another week, today begins the official preparation. I checked my new camera for compatibility with my computer and looked into starting this blog. So far so good.
The idea for this trip started almost on a whim. My wife Mary and I decided, since we were now retired, we could go almost anywhere we wanted on a driving trip with only the most rudimentary schedule and all ...
... when he woke up. I took Emily out for nearly two hours and we caught up with Richard and Michael at the Captiva pool. They did not swim as long today and hence did not get as cold. Heather had time for a shower and we all ventured to Paddock Square for Uncle Bob's Rock Show. Sadly everyone was so tired after yesterday's adventures that we came home soon. Heather was also worried that the sound was too loud for young ...
OK... Marg and I are all packed and ready to go. Just a few last minute items we have to take care of in the morning. For those that don't know, Marg and I are leaving for almost 2 weeks for Western Tour of our National Parks. In just 12 short hours, we'll be on our way to the Orlando airport to board a plane that will first take us to Denver and then to Las ...
... Thunder Bay. No way I can go from mid 80 degree temperatures to snow! We also saw Michael toddling around trying to get Daisy among other things. Today was Heather's last day of work. Her contract is up. It's too bad she wasn't able to join us in Florida.
Tonight's dinner was Stone Crab Claws followed by chicken/mango/strawberry salad on the lanai. Not too shabby for a final scratch dinner before we head home.
... to a Villages pool. It wasn't too crowded when we first arrived but started to fill up later this aft. The water was certainly perfect.
Tonight it's one more tour around the markets at Sumter Landing before we dig into the leftovers that need to eaten before we leave. Saw an alligator stalking a heron, cormorant and egret today. The Palmer course always seems to have them - alligators that is.