Towne Place Suites The Villages Lady Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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some of todays most lovely quotes via liv •"im stroking mama's hair" -nick •"my hair tie fell out, turn around we have to go get it" -sarah • *in georgia* "hellen keller was from here, she escaped from slavery and then helped other slaves escape" "you mean harriet tubman?" "ok her" -nick and sarah •
August 7th, Trip Day minus 1;
Well, after many months of preparation we leave on our summer adventure first thing tomorrow morning. Hopefully I can keep this blog interesting enough to get you all to keep coming back. As you'll quickly find out, Mary and I love food so this blog will more than likely gravitate to our food adventures. When my oldest daughter Heather was younger she actually nicknamed us the "Food Family". I'm sure we ...
... in the world. We started talking about all the people and places we wanted to see and realized we were creating an almost circular path to California and back, with several stops in between. Once we saw the route things happened quickly. New Orleans, which Mary has never seen and I have seen only on business, Tucson to visit Mary's cousin, Woodland Hills to visit Mary's Godmother, Las Vegas for the usual reasons, The ...
Today was our last full day in the Villages for this trip. We decided that given we are off to Thunder Bay Wednesday we better leave ourselves some contingency room for the return trip to Mississauga.
It dawned another beautiful day and Richard played the Allamanda and Hibiscus courses of Cane Garden for his finale. I spectated again as the Hibiscus course in particular is adjacent to nature preserve and I ...
... I take Zumba) and to get some gas. It seems to evaporate down here. Later I joined Richard as a Spectator (it costs $3.50 to ride the cart which also costs $3.50 because you are supposed to walk the course) on the Mira Mesa Executive Course which was very pretty and in a section of the older villages that I had never visited before. One of the other three gentlemen Richard golfed with (all from ...