Holiday Inn Express Inverness
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yesterday the power steering went out in the car we tow behind the motorhome. We were not able to get it repaired in Cortez so we were forced to come home early and take it to the dealer in Homosassa. We dropped the car off today and hopefully we will have it back by the weekend. Having something break down on a trip is not uncommon when traveling in ...
We left Bradenton a couple days early - Greg was being eaten alive by NoSeeUms - IN the house (30 bites on his legs that aren't healed 12 days later).
Got set up again on Pat's Back 2, kicked ...
... to spray paint our outside cast iron table. This involved moving the BMW out of the garage and it was a cold night!
Friday we golf carted to our exercise class and did some more chores. Richard needed more paint for the outside furniture and I discovered I needed some panty hose. We were going to an annual dinner party with the Villages Convertible Club and I had planned to wear a dress. Since it has been so cold at night the thought of bare legs was ...
... also busy shuttling tourists to the manatee hangouts. There is some control by the agencies but there are still way too many tour boats and tourists. We felt a need to get here this year before they make radical changes in the human encounters. We had left early enough that there were only a couple of other snorkelers in the water. Before we even entered the water, there was a manatee at the back of the boat just hanging out. Sini had to wait for him to ...
... It has a wonderful whistle and was staffed by elves and eventually, at the North Pole, by Santa himself. There was hot cocoa and cookies and Christmas bells from Santa. By the time we returned to the station it was dark enough that Christmas lights were on and it was quite pretty.
Vitas had used the guide that the "Daily Sun" publishes of Villages light displays and said they had never seen anything like it.