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- Smoking rooms available
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... don't tip, if you are you do. However, we have come to realise that the staff expect a tip regardless of the service they give. Something is seriously wrong with their system there I think, but that is what they have. For me, that's outside my sphere of influence, so let it be. Tonight though we went for a walk to downtown Fort Pierce and found a nice little bar/restaurant. At the end of the night, we got talking to the owner, Donald. ...
... but I didn’t put on my swimsuit. OUPS!
On Wednesday, I went to Lion Country Safari. It is located in West Palm Beach. I went there with Dootie, a volunteer at the Manatee Center, and two of her friends. It’s a long Safari and at the end, you can park your car and visit the amusement park. There are some water slides, a Big Wheel, a boat tour and some information kiosks. It’s really nice! When you pay the admission, you receive a CD. When you’re driving ...
... walk to the waterfront along the Savannah river then stopped at one of the outside cafes to eat, drink and people watch. Ziggy has adapted extremely well and has no qualms to staying and guarding our home on these dogless excursions.
10/17- Headed of to Jacksonville to see Garth Brooks and Trishia Yearwood at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. The arena seats 15,000 and all 6 shows were sold out. Garth has implemented a $68 charge for his ...
... where medicinal marijuana was legalized diminished by 10% the year following the legalization. When you can save much life, it’s hard to be against the legalization.
To conclude, medicinal marijuana helps many people to resent less pain. More states will legalize medicinal marijuana eventually and maybe the federal government will do the same in a few years, but I doubt it for the federal level. Some states like Texas are very conservative and old school. The ...
It's been three weeks at this campground and I am ready to be moving.. Although I rented a car every week to run errands and see the sights, I have felt somewhat isolated here. Walking and biking are only within the campground which gets a little boring after a while. The people are nice enough, friendly and ask me to go places with them, but it's no FMB. You folks in FMB spoiled me for the real world.
The upside of sitting around the campsite is that I had time ...