Historic Tavernier Inn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It kind of put the Cuban Missile Crisis in perspective when you realise just how close it is to mainland America. We couldn't be bothered to queue to take a picture and so we took a couple with some randoms in.
Our next stop was a decommissioned Navy base called Fort Myers. This was a great example of true American history. The base was built prior to the US civil war after Florida seceded from the Union. I learnt that this was the site of one of the first submarine ...
My family is on the Gulf side, Clearwater/Brandon area and we plan to be there for the Holidays and sometime beyond so in the meantime we thought we would spend some time along the Atlantic coast and visit a couple places we've never been. We started in St Augustine..St Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement and port in the continental United States . Now, that’s old!! We spent ...
Woke up to a surprise this morning. No lights. Fridge is out and a few other things.. Tried to figure it out, got out the books, called the RV repairman. Not the way we planned to spend our first day in the Keys! So a few more phone calls and a ...
... since learnt on my travels that gas is short for gasoline, a petroleum derived oil used in combustion engines. Petrol is a shortened version of petroleum from which many hydrocarbon oil based products are derived. In the early days of motoring in the UK name ’petrol’ was created and the name stuck. This is actually a brand name in a similar way to 'Hoover’ that is now commonly used in the UK to refer to any vacuum cleaner!
Whether gas or petrol the only ...
... going to hard to adjust to being back. To quote Becky's dad's phrase..it'll be "reverse culture shock". I've seen and done so much, in such a short space of time-my head's changed. I'm not "just a band 5" any more. But I need to be savvy about how I use my new skills and knowledge, to the best of my abilities. Hopefully the Christmas break will give me a chance to get things ...