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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Never thought i'd be back in florida readying a boat for sea again. Last time was enough. But life throws some funny stuff at you sometimes. After a solid year in Scotland even Florida was looking good.
Our old paragliding mate Craig and his lovely bride Christa have bought a boat. After much searching ( and I do mean a lot) they came upon a giles 38 which was largley unloved but sound. In the price range and lying somewhere warm. Perfect ...
... 8221; and was running and splashing in the ocean. We experienced another night of thunderstorms and torrential downpours (it does not drizzle here like Seattle) but luckily we had the protection of the tree canopy.
10/15- Woke up to blue skies and warm temperature of around 70 degrees. After another 5 mile hike along the beach we hopped in the Jimmy and revisited a few of the spots we had stopped at previously. One very memorable visit was to Penn ...
... tide we encountered very shallow water at the Palm City bridge, so low that a passing trawler going west hailed us to forewarn us. We slowed our speed and did just fine. No problem with the bridge height either. We arrived at the mooring field to find almost all the balls were taken. There were 3 empty ones and we grabbed #29 and tied up. Den got the motor off the stern and out jumped 3 tree frogs. A gentle shove landed them in the water and a gull swooped down and grabbed the ...
... our car and get ready for the big cruise tomorrow. At the end of the street is a river lock that allows boats to transverse Florida which cuts off 200 miles of their travel. The difference in the river levels is 14ft and we got to see the lock in use. It is an amazing piece of engineering. Hopefully I get this published before we go on the cruise. Stay safe and well and don't forget 'Every day is ordinary, until it isn't...... Luv Us ...
... along Bardstown Road, St. Mathew’s area and Frankfort Ave. Evidence of the impending Kentucky Derby is everywhere. The whole of Louisville focuses on this huge event that lasts only 2 minutes. Every store is trying desperately to make its own Derby fashion statement. After our low, low key time in the Bahamas, the Derby frenzy just seems way over the top. On the plus side, Louisville is one of those cities with an amazing capacity to house a multitude of great ...