Red Lion Hotel Jacksonville
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... was the first to settle here, we better try some Spanish food! We made an awesome choice, the food was delicious and so filling, we had to take it home.
Costillitas de Cerdo Habana -
Tender baby pork ribs slowly roasted and tossed in mojo-marinated sweet onions and pepperoncini's.
Tetilla cheese, mild and delicious from Galicia, northwest Spain,, is baked in a Rioja tomato sauce until ...
... 4am till dusk, so the women had to be up making their breakfasts and lunches before starting their daily duties.
When shower time came around once a month, men lined up outside by the tub and one by one would rinse off, in the same water, no matter how gross it got. Women got the same treatment, but would go out the following week, with the same water as the men. After the entire jail house had bathed then and only then the water would be ...
Our first adventure in the little trailer. Spiders were abundant !
Beautiful beach, No dogs allowed :( although they did get to play in the water a bit !
Downtown St. Augustine is as always wonderful and dog friendly.
Learned a ton from the first trip. 1. Use tarps 2. Broom 3. Travel a ...
... thus far is their roads. Once you turn off the paved highway, you drive a few miles on a country sand road where you pass a beautiful old plantation house that looks like something straight out of “Gone with the Wind.” Next you turn onto a tiny little sand road that leads off into the wilderness for several more miles and twists and winds around through tall trees and fern grottos until you reach the entrance to White Oak. Then you keep twisting ...
... says that we have choices, no matter what life deals us, and that we can choose to approach things positively, not negatively.
So I will try to remember that in the next days and weeks, and be glad that I had this grandmother, and this family that she created.
Rabbi Lubliner's eulogy was also very beautiful and meaningful. If I am able to get the text from him, I will add it later.
How did we get this together in such a short time? Thank ...