Howard Johnson Inn - Ocala
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was my third golf lesson. It has been loads of fun. You really have to be able to laugh at yourself. But there is nothing better than learning the correct things to do from the get-go. Yesterday we practiced chipping and today we practiced half and full swings. Every so often I look like Tiger Woods - yeah right!
Richard has been very busy in TWD South - both on the ...
On November 5th, we relocated to Williston Crossing RV Resort in Williston, FL – the birthplace of "Foolish Pleasure", winner of the 1975 Kentucky Derby. Williston, is well off the interstate about 35 miles from Ocala, and about the same from Gainesville.
The RV park is very nice, with wide, and very long paved and cement pad sites. ...
After a stop at the Florida Welcome Centre for a map and a drink of juice we drove into Florida! Our destination was 28 degrees, 50 minutes and 23 seconds north, 82 degrees, 00 minutes and 05 seconds west a.k.a.1964 Somerset Ave. - altitude 70 - 100 feet depending upon the day.
Our lunch stop was quite the unexpected treat. I had seen billboards for Wahoo ...
... Amanda & Danny's. Cindy babysat her granddaughter on Saturday night while I cooked dinner. Sunday was spent lounging at the yacht club, catching up on my internet banking and shopping for next week's camping adventure. While Bogie and I head for Ocala National Forest, Cindy will stay with Harper for an extra ...
... we had a homecooked meal that Margriet and I prepared of Spaghetti with shrimps.
It was an exiting day!
A little bit about Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach was once within the domain of the Timucuan Indians. Their local fortified village was called Nocoroco, believed to have been located at the site of Tomoka State Park. But war and disease would decimate the tribe. The city is named for James Ormond I, an Anglo-Irish-Scottish sea captain commissioned ...