Howard Johnson Inn - Ocala
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... up to her name this trip.
If all goes well we will arrive in New Orleans tomorrow afternoon and plan to be having dinner at Emeril's. While I have been to New Orleans several times, all but one visit has been for business. I'm looking forward to seeing more of the town, outside hotel meeting rooms and the obvious places that cater to mainly out of town business people.
Stay tuned and come back soon.
Angelo and Mary.
Although we don't take off on our adventure for another week, today begins the official preparation. I checked my new camera for compatibility with my computer and looked into starting this blog. So far so good.
The idea for this trip started almost on a whim. My wife Mary and I decided, since we were now retired, we could go almost anywhere we wanted on a driving trip with only the most rudimentary schedule and all ...
... of at any time like you can in Europe, that is if you value your limbs. Not fancying 6hours in the heat of the day sat in a boat we kept looking, and came to Alexander springs, while the wildlife was much the same, the trip was an estimated 2 hours which looked much more attractive. The wildlife was excellent, alligators of course, but also turtles, herons, and ...
... 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 ...