Ariel Dunes at Seascape Resort
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... in time change. I was so thankful that the time change happened on the drive home though and not on the way to Destin as I had originally thought. We also hit a lot of rain to the point where I could hardly see where I was going. It was bad. I was glad to make it home safe and sound after white knuckling the steering wheel for hours.
... and sausage and the best potatoes ever. We tried to eat outside on the patio but then quickly realized the rain was starting to blow sideways and eventually we had to move inside. We then came back to bed. It felt so nice to do NOTHING and have no where to go or any obligation at all to be somewhere or feeling like we were missing anything. For lunch you get a picnic boxed lunch that you order the night before. They also have ...
... everything. I had to throw out mostly all the food. Thankfully they did not go for the chocolate for some reason but ravaged the bread and an entire large jar of peanut butter!! They were all over the bag and we tried washing it in the shower but they were still all over it so I scrubbed every inch of it in the sink and we were able to salvage that. I had to call the desk and tell them we would be late checking out due ...
So I put them on anyway, no one is going to see me while I am on the bike, and a few gas station attendants won't matter. As it turns out the additional ventilation is quite welcome! I make 3 stops today, and at each I look for/ask for a small sewing kit so as to effect repairs, but without success. Sadly as the day wears on the opening begins flapping in the wind and getting bigger, by days end it exceeds even my own ...
... But, now it’s time for a comeback to reality once again.
We had a fast trip on the train late Wednesday from Florence to Rome and transferred to a regional train for the last ride to Fiumicino Aeroporto. The Italian countryside flew by at about 170 MPH, slower than from Venice :>) and I am sharing some snapshots of the rolling hills we passed on the journey. Take a look at how the trees close to the train ...