WorldMark by Wyndham Seaside
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... close to the sea with spectacular views and long beaches, although there does not seems to be a lot of entry points to the beach.
Ẃe stopped for morning tea in Florence. It’s a small tourist area on the river with lots of interesting shops, the best being a book shop where we bought several. All the shelves had teddy bears of all sizes and shapes intermingled with the books for sale and a giant bear at the entrance to the ...
... to do and B. I was exhausted from the crazy drive the night before. So sorry I'm not sorry. I'll probably do it again tonight! :)
Also, whilst sleeping at a campground, earplugs are the best thing on planet earth. I slept like a baby. Got up this morning, took out my earplugs and there was all kinds of noise! But I never knew...oh it was glorious. So this morning I got up and got going, I only had 3 hours to go today which was pretty exciting. That meant I ...
... Park. The kids explored a late-1800's shipwreck and played on the sand dunes and splashed in the ocean. Later, we all went back to the RV park for a fun night where we cooked out, made s'mores, played kick-the-can and ended with the L'Hommedieu boys having a sleepover in the ...
... and meandered in and out of the arcade and shops etc. For me it was the mostly indoor version of Santa Cruz. (for Chris - his Southend-on-sea) There was a very cool candy store that we got a few things in but ran out of there before emptying our entire wallets on zots and giant gummy cola bottles. I soon confirmed that I had lost all my amusement game skills so we set off for a drink.
We stopped at Seaside Brewery ...
... intention." After getting stuck in Dallas and on my way back to Atlanta spending 7 hours in a tiny plane who's flight was supposed to be a simple hour and a half this passage hit home. My $400 plane ticket equals around a week and a half of pay at my most recent wage of $8.75/hour. This time of labor, plus the 3 days of travel that my plane ticket bought me equals close to 2 weeks of total time that it took for me to go from ATL - PDX - ATL. Considering the simplicity ...