Plant City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I was on my way to Starbucks when I passed by my old high school. It was late in the evening and thought I'd go in just to take a look around. The doors were locked but the librarian let me in. I asked about a few teachers. Most if not all had retired. Walking the halls brought back a lot of memories and made me think. How long did Mr. Moss actually teach?? Where did the carpet go? Where was Ms. Marcos? Mrs. Howell? Where the students like we were today? Oh well, coffee is ...
... 5th Wheel that they liked. After looking at them we were all starved. We found a place to eat and they were serving Angus beef hamburgers. It was absolutely delicious, the best hamburger I've ever had in that type of venue. Unfortunately they didn't have any seating so I ended up sitting on a rubber mat that was covering electrical wires. All was fine until I heard the generator start - it was a little eerie sitting ...
... to watch Nick & Hannah hanging ten. How cool to watch them catching waves for a totally tubular summer. Cool-o! Next up was the colorful fruits & veggies of the Farmer's Market in Charleston, especially the purple color of the black cherry tomatoes. And let's not forget the many fabulous eateries we got to enjoy along the way. From there we ventured to the top of the Shenandoah Valley and the mountains of ...
... time I went there I was 15 and I don't remember much besides riding rides and seeing farm animals. It seems very different today. It is a festival on steroids. There are more rides than I have ever seen anywhere. There are more carnies without teeth than I have ever seen anywhere. There are more fried foods than I have ever seen anywhere EVER! Here are some of the fried food highlights (or lowlights depending on how you look at it) ... fried candy ...