Ramada Plaza Tallahassee Capitol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are on the back stretch and reaching for home. Two more blog entries to go. We hit the road this morning at 7:15 and 81 degrees with clear skies and headed for Baton Rouge, the capitol of Louisiana...but you knew that, of course. The drive took us through bayou country with roads raised over the water that go on for miles without relief. Fishermen were in boats below us and who knows who else…maybe my favorite Ax Man, Shelby, looking for sunken ...
... They are so lucky!" We turn to see that she is extremely impressed by the Denny’s restaurant on the campus grounds. Ah, to be a kid.
Marcus’s tour also includes a welcomed stop at the local college "coffee shop", the Sweet Shop, that is nearly the same as when Marcus was a student, except now has free wifi. Large tables and comfortable chairs make this the perfect place to come and hangout or ...
... in a shared kitchen.
I chose a pulled pork sandwich on garlic toast and for an extra $2.00 also got a side and drink. The side I chose, a baked sweet potato, seemed pretty safe and Cheryl had that and the drink. I opted for the $3.99 version of Bud Light. The regular size, whatever size that is, is $2.99. When the beer arrived it was in a 44 oz glass, just like the waters and soda. For under $4.00! Wow, I said.
... significant advisories for the route of flight. Forecast: VFR with 25 miles visibility in haze at 6500', our planned altitude. We departed RWY 10R from Fort Pierce (see same runway that we launched from en route to Bahamas a week earlier), and made an early left turn to the northwest towards Orlando. I figured because I flight planned straight through the busy MCO aerodrome, ATC would have to clear me through the Class B air space to avoid sending me too far off course. ...
... nice gazebo with a picnic table to enjoy! We discovered why the park was given its name. They had magnificent 300 year old oak trees for which I have taken a pic for you. Moss covered the limbs and draped the tree limbs in all their glory. Took a pic for your viewing enjoyment. Gail and I had the pleasure of doing our laundry in our rigs as we both have them in our rv's (charmed life) and of course partook in a happy hour drink. We had a wonderful homemade ...