Americas Best Value Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and museum shops and later on an ice cream parlour. We were waiting for it to get dark and the lighting of literally thousands of lights. There were entertainers on the pedestrian malls and it was all quite magical.
Driving home we encountered a couple that I had met at the restaurant driving their Ferrari. Apparently there are two in the Villages - a yellow and this couples' red one. There was lots of Italian motor noise heading ...
It turned out to be another gorgeous day even though I set out for my first line dance class in the fog. Since the class was at the Laurel Manor Rec Centre I walked over in the fog and left with my head spinning in the sun. We did some really basic steps and danced several dances repeatedly but when the instructor started some waltz steps I knew it was time for me to leave. The class was packed although ...
... in total. Twenty. One. Days.
Which leads me to the largest area of concern: Packing.
...a while back, I had lofty dreams of traveling light. I knew that a single carry-on would be next-to impossible, not only due to the length of my sojourn, but also the necessity of dressing appropriately for the convention as well as field service and visit to the local branch. I had hoped that I would be able to get everything packed into a single ...
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Shirley arrived after lunch with her friends Terry and Jenny. We gave them a brief tour of the Villages - is that possible? So now we are relaxing watching Rory win the West Palm Beach golf tournament making him #1 golfer in the world!!
Tonight I'm looking forward to some seafood - finally!!. We have some Swordfish, stuffed clams and Stone Crab Claws. Sadly I think we'll have to eat inside as it is chilly outside - by Florida standards!
... We headed back to The Rock and watched a quick slide-show of our week together and then left to head over the airport. We said goodbye to Pastor Randy and flew out to Nashville, switched planes, and then headed back to Orlando. We returned to our homes about 1:30 that morning.
We learned so much, and each of us learned something different: from how to throw a football to how to work electricity to how to tuck point to how ...