Legacy Harbour Hotel & Suites
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... version of the Pisx and moan club luncheon .....NO women allowed to the men's club, and each week we all try another little café for a light lunch. While enjoying meeting my US friends ( and a bonus having Barb here too from Kentucky), after our lovely luncheon ,Carol and I enjoyed an hour swimming in the Gulf at Venice beach...she was astonished at the temperature and could see how people just float out ...
... like being at home (apart from the shopping, of course).AND the HEAT.
Yesterday it was 95 degrees and heat index said 'feels like' 103. Todd works all day out in this!!!
Our Grandchildren returned to school on Monday after a VERY long summer break, and routine has returned to all school kids throughout the States. They do have a tight schedule; Leaving the house by 7.30am, ( Talley dropping them off on ...
... Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone worked together in 1927 to form the Edison Botanic Research Corporation. The lab was built in 1928 to support his plan to discover a domestic source of rubber a latex producing plant. The grounds are beautiful with many tropical plants and trees. There is also a Museum with artifacts relating to Thomas Edison's many inventions and businesses and Henry Fords ...
... Venice , 15 minutes north from here. Last week Barb and I spent 2 days sewing ... recovering the patio cushions for Raymond & Connies Lanai furniture ..Saturday evening Connie had us all for a meal and again, we enjoyed another movie - has anyone seen 'The Help'? - a movie set in the South and was about the struggles of the black people who were still employed as servants.
Garry and Ken decided on an earlier start for golf yesterday and managed 12 holes before ...
It was a beautiful day and we took the Tamiami Trail (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamiami_T rail) from Miami to Naples and then hopped on I-75 to Fort Myers. It took us roughly 3 hours to get there. While on the Tamiami Trail we stopped off at the Oasis Visitor Center ...