Sleep Inn & Suites Ocala - Belleview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Well equipped, frustratingly small pool, not much you can do about power cuts in thunder storms.
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For our main day in Ocala, the horse capital of the world (of which we spent an entire day in and saw a grand total of 2 horses) we made the trek out into the forest and decided to find somewhere to go canoeing. We first wound up in juniper springs, but the canoe run was supposedly over 5 hours long and with the alligator waters, you couldn't leave …
... second cars for golf carts, 2015 will see easily over 60,000 and 2016 will see 66,175. There are a total of 36 tunnels and one bridge dedicated to golf cart accessibility in the Villages 40 square mile area.
The same Association predicts clubs and activities in 2015 will exceed 2400. Apparently the rate of baby boomers reaching 65 is 10,000 a day - not a bad thing for our house value! They also talk about the end of building here but we have heard ...
Saturday 11/1 - We had breakfast out this morning at a very good Jewish deli in Sumter's Landing. It's one of three towns located within The Villages - each with a different theme. One is Spanish, Sumter's Landing is Key West and Brownsville is country western.
A big cold front swept into northern Florida over night. The morning temps were in the ...
We spent several day in Ocala FL visiting Dodi's Mom and helping her around the house. We had an Easter Feast with family in Dunnellon Fl. We stayed at Arrowhead Campsites as its near Mom (1.5 Miles) and Passport America price 14.00 per night with water, electric, sewer, cable and ...
Okay, I know we have to be thankful for everything and I really try to be... Really! However sometimes there are things in life that I just don't understand. And here is one of them.
In a previous posting I have shared my problem with the American coffee culture. But that's a cultural difference. I can live with that. My aunt Greke's coffee is really good, and I enjoy that. So again, I can live with ...