Valencia Suites

Address: 1865 US Highway 27 S, Lake Placid, Florida, 33852, United States | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn is located on 1865 US Highway 27 S, Lake Placid.
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Travel Blogs from Lake Placid

Officially Homeless!!!

A travel blog entry by slchapma on May 30, 2015

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After a full morning of packing the last bits of stuff from the condo, we soon realized that we had underestimated how much stuff we intended to fit in the Town n Country.

We had modified our first leg of our adventure to take our youngest son, Travis, to AZ along with our dog, Psymon. So that of course meant we needed all of their stuff added to ours. We loaded the car and after a bit of Tetris maneuvering (my fellow ...

Lipizzaner Horses

A travel blog entry by tradition on Mar 01, 2015

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Rained all night. We're starting to feel a little soggy. 8am mass at St. Catherine's in Sebring. Horse show in Myakka City not far from Wauchula today at 4pm. Sure hope the rain is done. Temps are warming the 80's humid. Great show with the Austrian Lippazan stallions. They are beautiful. Something we have never seen before. No rain and lots of sun...a good ...

State Park

A travel blog entry by tradition on Feb 28, 2015

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Still overcast and drizzly off and on but much warmer. Humid too. Weather has not been very cooperative on our short stay here in Sebring. Oh well. Took a short hike this morning. Went to the mall in the afternoon for some clothes at Bealls. Bike ride in the afternoon. We were looking forward to a concert in the park here tonight but was cancelled due to rain. Another evening stuck inside. ...

Fl to Pgh 2014

A travel blog entry by jgsreh on May 23, 2014

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... are re-enactors of a time when cowboys would drive cattle across Florida, either to the Gulf coast or the Atlantic to be shipped to who ever was paying the most money. The cowboys were called crackers because of the sound the whip makes, ergo cracker trail. Many of these re-enactors are not poor by any stretch. They come pulling in with their diesel pickups and aluminum horse trailers with their living quarters in the front and ...

Long days orange sprays

A travel blog entry by rachelvanslyke on Mar 24, 2008

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Lots of oranges around. Yesterday was a trying day. Maps and signs can be misleading. I had been searching for a store of any kind for water, it's hot and I'm going through a lot of it. These so called "towns" are not, not a person or store in site, wait was that dirt road a lead in for a "town"? It's not easy riding dirt with this trailer or skinny tires. I went and went and saw a paved road as a last ditch effort I ...