Howard Johnson Inn - Ocala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> And lastly and most importantly, Nick. Nick returned home from Afghanistan on June 25th. We left on our Adventure on June 27th. With only one day to get over jet lag and prepare the coach for the many miles ahead, Nick took it all in stride. Never once in nearly 7 weeks, did he say a cross word, have a "bad" day or throw his hands up in frustration (unlike me). Ok, so he did roll his eyes at me one time, but that was it, just once. He drove over 9100 miles safely and never complained ...
Did you think I was talking about my head cold? Well you could very well be correct but I was also referring to the 61 degree temperature this morning when we went out at 10ish.
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... and Shirley are playing an Executive Course (Chula Vista) with a late tee-off of 4:40 we had decided tonight would be a good one for dinner out anyway.
I think Shirley is enjoying bombing around in the golf cart (especially as the names Doug and Ann are on the front so they travel incognito) and ours isn't even one of the fancier ones. As she said some of these seem to have more pep than the ones back home.