Royal Floridian Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... an easy drive! It rained all the time and at times it was coming down so hard we had to slow way down to see the road! We saw more lightning and heard more thunder in a day than we've seen in years in SD!
When we arrived at the park, someone in a fancy RV was stuck in the mud on the median! They were going to need a truck to pull them out ...
... he was. I don’t think he was cold at all because he was just filled with joy. When it started to really get dark we got back in the van and drove a little more. Night driving isn’t too much of an issue here because everything is so built up. We drove through Daytona beach which is pretty much just another tourist attraction filled with tempting restaurants. Finally Chris was tired and ready to stop so we found a quiet Wal-Mart to park for the ...
... wandered back the way we came, stopping off at a souvenir shop where Andy found his smokin fish hat and I got a Florida magnet, On the promenade Andy got an ice cream to munch on back to the hotel. There was still commentary going on, with the odd cyclist straggler coming in. The commentator had asked for people on the boardwalk to be mindful and keep to the sides, and had said "you in the green shirt, please step back to the side" - this guy obviously didn't hear him so as ...
... I were a poet so I could have done a better job, or that I had the right video/photography equipment to take a good picture of it, but it was a scene definitely worth the ride! I would classify this experience right alongside the time Eryn and I were on the Mayan Riveria and a Sea Turtle came ashore, dug a hole, laid her eggs, and trundled back off the sea. We were so close to her we were splashed with sand from her flippers!
... our stay in Savannah, especially on Tybee where the winds off the ocean chilled us. We began the day by exploring Savannah, one of the most beautiful and historic cities in this country. We hiked around the fountain in Forsyth Park, a classical park shaded by live oaks, palms, and Spanish moss. There was a wedding at the fountain. The park was crowded. It was pleasant and sunny. Ana seemed to be having the most fun, which I was glad for since she was ...