Holiday Inn Viera Conference Center
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... nor Captain Stubing. Maybe we aren't on the Love Boat after all. Maybe next time we sail it will be on the Love Boat.
Okay, lunch is over and it is time to find our rooms. We have a balcony suite because I have that claustrophobia thing. I know, you are surprised....NOT.. Charles asked Bob if he brought his snorkel, cause seems his room is below water. Very funny... We met our Cabin Boy and his name is Anectio Sanchez. He is a very nice guy and has ...
... If you drive about an hour and a half west from Lake Okeechobee (largest lake in Florida), past the “used cows for sale” sign, you will end up in a small back-water, redneck town called Arcadia. I would generally not recommend a visit to Arcadia unless you are passing through on your way to somewhere else. However, if you are after pygmy hippos, this is the place to be. About 20 minutes south of town and another 10 miles down an unmarked dirt road, you will find ...
... and kicks his chubby little legs, splashes his feet, and just loves being in the tub for half an hour. Next up at Camp Tutu? Rolling over!
Bob made it home yesterday to be greeted by three ecstatic animals who have not left his side for one minute. Apparently, the two dogs slept curled up next to him and the cat slept in between Bob's legs all night. He skyped me this morning and all three of them (dogs and cat) were sitting on the bed ...
... in Mirebalais is quite different than the "big" city - cargo containers line the city streets - people have turned them into store fronts / houses, etc. - the river that run through the village is filled with people - fishing, bathing, washing clothes, swimming - just cooling down. House's vary - cement block/ thatched roof / tented.
I had conflicting emotions about - are we helping? - can we make a difference? - there just seemed ...
... new construction were issued, and structures that sustained more than 50% damage could not be rebuilt. Building codes were implemented and the state banned commercial operations after 1969. In 1976 leases were renewed but had an expiration date of July 1, 1999. At that time they had to be removed at owner's expense. In 1980 this area was included in the Biscayne National ...