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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We drove straight here after Dali museum. It is incredibly beautiful here. We had a walk along a trial and too look at the Spring and River. So quiet - wood peckers, squirrels knawing their nuts, a little deer walking around, birds chirping :-) 9.20pm: So dark and sooooo noisy! Can't believe how loud the bugs are. Jonathan seemed a bit stressed about by the bugs and didn't want to cook as they ...
... to the music jam. The musicians are good and though most of the music was unfamiliar to me I enjoyed it. I might like blue grass if I could understand the words! They had three guitars, a banjo, a bass and the banjo player who appeared to be in charge also played the doh bro or something like that.
Back to the RV afterward and soon to bed. Other than the one night I ate the creme brulee (think sugar) I have slept so well on this trip. What a ...
... Right now we're traveling on a toll highway and have already paid $3.75. Here we are thinking about buying a new coach,, a diesel at that and we are quibbling about $3.75. Go figure. Three tolls on Suncoast Highway.
Stopped in Homosassa, Fl at a Walmart and did a little grocery shopping and then ate ham sandwiches in the coach. Now on the road again, about 75 miles from Cedar Key. Asked Jerry what he thought about buying a new to ...
... town we asked directions of a local Cop who was sitting on a golf-cart; he must have been about 80 years old. He said "Hop on and I'll take you", so we did and he did. When we got to our location he literally drove across the road in front of a car, apologized and told the driver that he hadn't seen him.
We wandered around the town ...
... questions for their age group. Time was slipping by and all to soon we had to leave considering we still had about forty five miles to Crystal River.
As it turns out today was one of the most memorable days of our trip. It amazes us how our curiosity about the most poisonous snake in the country could lead to meeting some of the most dedicated people in the country. Thank ...