Americas Best Value Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... and Stan. They were patient, kind, generous, and had a great sense of humor. When we were on our bus tour of Mt. McKinley National Park, I spotted a moose. Stan knick-named me Moose Eye, and it stuck for the remainder of the trip. But I must say that before we left The Villages, Stan, Brenda, Nick and I prayed together for a safe and fun journey. It's a God Thing.
This trip would not have been possible and so enjoyable without the help of friends and family. My great ...
... 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 ...
... we found Steve's house in North St. Petersburg. Poor Steve-his air conditioning went out that morning and the repairman couldn't get to his house until 5:00. So we put him in our car to get him into an air conditioned restaurant. He took us down to the Bay side of the city and we found a really cool British pub. Good food and believe it or not-they had 10 oz. beers--baby beers--just what I always want! It ...
... 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 ...