Homewood Suites Tallahassee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... noon. (Needed to be in Columbus, OH by Wednesday and didn't want to hurry). Started out of CW - What the Heck! Loud cracking popping scraping noises from behind me. Thought we had a cabinet falling off. Entry steps vibrating at every bump! Did a U-turn, back to CW, and gave it back to them! Told we had to take it to the factory in Iowa to get the slide fixed. Nope! ...
Stopped at Tallahassee Camping World to look at a new Itasca Ellipse. There are several upgrades to this model that would be nice. Negotiated a great deal, decided we should go ahead and do it. It's only $$, and we spend 5 months a year doing this. Techs found a leak in the water line going to the refrigerator, so we went to Big Oak RV Park on their recommendation. Not the best decision. It was ok, lots of permanents, roads narrow.
We spent a very fast paced 3 days with our grandsons. We took them for the day on Sunday and anyone that has ever kept 3 little boys, 8, 7 and 6, know that is a tiring:)
We took them back to the camper for lunch and over to see the light house on St. Marks. There is a little hiking trail that the boys enjoyed. Overall a great visit. Also our oldest just got a house and we helped by keeping the boys away so they could paint the day away.
And finally..... we have ourselves on the road for our summer travels. After all the RV prep and waving goodbye to work for the summer, we have finally put some miles on the road -- feels good. However, we haven't even made it out of the state yet! We are already finding some interesting places in northern Florida, so we're taking this opportunity to see our state capital and the Panhandle ...
... an alligator on amphetamine"), he showed us scars and an Indian paddle to go with the stories. Leila caught enough of the dialog through his thick Georgian accent to be wide-eyed and afraid, while Phoenix was totally loving it (and steering pretty well through the tightly weaving jungle by this stage).
Vic was a character straight out of a story-book, or maybe The Deliverance. As we settled in the boat at ...