CVI Hotel - Collegiate Village Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Christian and I remembered that this was the bull’s eye for Hurricane Katrina and also the home of the family of ABC’s Robin Roberts. She had all the viewers of Good Morning America praying for her aging mother after the hurricane hit. I remember it well. And in Pass Christian there were a few parking spaces in occasional areas, and there was a public beach with a limited sized parking lot and a pier.
We drove on to Long Beach ...
... 8217;s story of what circus performers do after the show…I don’t want to spoil the story, so I’ll just highly recommend that you do not volunteer to host the after-circus party!
As we wander the grounds, Marcus points out the classrooms, dorms, and ROTC detachment he used to frequent. FSU has a beautiful campus set on, what looks to be, the only hill in Tallahassee. At one point on our tour ...
... area partly because of the overall look of everything and the huge number of large yachts and pleasure boats moored or docked in the harbors.
We did not stop in either of these towns but kept motoring along. Our plan was to take the next available road to the I-10 to finish our journey to Tallahassee. The road was under construction for most of the way. It was apparent that they were making the existing 2-lane road into ...
... significant advisories for the route of flight. Forecast: VFR with 25 miles visibility in haze at 6500', our planned altitude. We departed RWY 10R from Fort Pierce (see same runway that we launched from en route to Bahamas a week earlier), and made an early left turn to the northwest towards Orlando. I figured because I flight planned straight through the busy MCO aerodrome, ATC would have to clear me through the Class B air space to avoid sending me too far off course. ...
... nice gazebo with a picnic table to enjoy! We discovered why the park was given its name. They had magnificent 300 year old oak trees for which I have taken a pic for you. Moss covered the limbs and draped the tree limbs in all their glory. Took a pic for your viewing enjoyment. Gail and I had the pleasure of doing our laundry in our rigs as we both have them in our rv's (charmed life) and of course partook in a happy hour drink. We had a wonderful homemade ...