Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Brooksville
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... bags on each flight, not wanting to lug the, err, luggage all around Europe, it might just be solve a lot of issues. There are also some side benefits, too: extra space for souvenirs, unloading any souvenirs gained up to that point, and lightening the load as I go along.
Sounds like a win-win to me.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have lists to make of things to pack and do before this Saturday. Lists that will most likely be lost.
... and met a guy named Vic. He offered us to go on his boat up the river. When we took off he let me drive the boat. When we travelled a bit we found a good spot for fishing I cast my rod but I didn't ...
It's 4 am and I am up! Busy day today 9:30 - mani pedi 11:30 - hair blow out Work in a work out - boo didn't get this done(: Finish packing! Hair done Suitcases packed 2:15 On the road to Port Canaveral with my babey cakey 4:45 pm We are here at the Radisson! Uh oh thunderstorm coming..... We have a great view go the port Watched the Carnival cruise ship as she left Our great friends met with us at Grills! Fun fun ...
... there were only meagre pickings to be had, we still managed to have a fire which kept us toasty warm. The night was pretty cold (although nothing on what we were expecting when we got further north!) and it took a while for my toes to warm up in the little tent. The next morning we quickly had our breakfast, shoved everything into the car (two frosty tents included) and set off to New Orleans with our hands over the car heaters trying to get the circulation going ...
Today was the 30th annual reenactment of the Civil War battle in Brooksville. Neither Glenn nor I had ever been to one before and it was neat. The weather was overcast and in the low 70s for which I'm sure the participants were grateful. I can't imagine how hot they must get in their wool uniforms. We spent a lot of time walking through the Confederate and Union camps; there were lots ...