Green House Inn
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... of outboard boat motors. Not much else to see in Tallahassee that interested Melva and I.
Its now off to Orlando Florida. One of the things that has surprised both Melva and I is the amount of green vegetation along side the freeways in Florida. A lot of pines, grass was very green and freeways were very clean. Again along the way we continue to have a lot of thunderstorms and lightning. In most of that there is significant rain even ...
I know there was dancing involved... lots of dancing. Apparently there was an IHOP and mean butch girls... idk. Point is Mardi Gras was successful. Although our sleeping arrangements weren't ideal we saved a **** ton of money!
I do not know if I will go back specifically for Mardi Gras again, however, I really do hope I get a chance to visit the city again and do everything that we didn't get to!
Happy Valentines day!!
... bikes again we headed out to City Park where we had a picnic lunch, listened to the arrival of some of the marathon finishers and the rock band that was there to greet them. We had a stroll around the rather amazing sculpture garden then headed home. Most of the ride was on roads, with some sections of bike path here and there, so we had to keep our wits about us in the traffic. We got home about 3pm, ...
... wasn't really buying anything although I bought some cars and some coasters as presents. We turned up at Jackson Square and started to get into the art and I noticed a beautiful lace shop. It was lace that collected from years ago. Andrew bought 2 pieces of hand made lace for his mum. One piece was 1968 and another from 1985. They were beautiful. We were engulfed caressed and enrapturing the fascination and beautiful buildings and boutique stores held within the ...
... Later in the evening, we were told that this was a hangout of Lee Harvey Oswald, and as such it receives a fair amount of macabre tourist footfall.
We then decided to visit the number one attraction in the city according to Trip Advisor. Being a huge enthusiast of WW2, I was not able to pass up on the opportunity to visit the National World War Two museum. We began with an incredibly moving and powerful exhibit created by Tom Hanks. This 4D experience explained the ...