Best Western Inn of Palatka
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... getting her hair done, and then capping off the day by going out dancing. Next day, she complained about the lack of men to dance with!! I guess I'd better keep up on my dancing skills. She puts her agility and energy down to exercise but laments that the Curves down the road has closed and she has not found a new gym yet!! Although these three wonderful women have been through many major trials and tribulations in their lives, they are ...
... and a lovely young student conducted our tour.
Hopping back on the trolley, our last stop was the new St. Augustine distillery housed in the old ice house of the town. We toured this young business that started only 2 years ago and tasted the craft vodka and gin they now produce. They are still aging their whiskey and rum, but it should be ready for consumption soon. Since it was cocktail hour, we made a ...
Weeks on the Road: 26 weeks 6 WHOLE MONTHS!!!
Travel by motorhome: 16,409km
Travel by car: 7,452km
Total km: 23,834km
Wildlife Sitings: Lots of Pelicans
# of States travelled so far: 13 of 22
Campsite: North Beach Camp Resort
Dates: Nov 24 - 28, 2014
We were so happy to be back in Florida - we were here briefly to meet Gary & Marianne in mid Novemeber but it was ...
... had a large focus on the port they used to rely on heavily. Our priority was the pirate museum, which was a really well done museum, which had some fun and cool stuff in. So a little while in there, and we walked all around the town, stopping in shops, and looking down the big market street. After some lunch, and a 'gourmet popsicle' (Regular chocolate one) we were back in the car, and on to a rather exciting place, ...
... decorations here as we didn't bring anything from home with us. With Red and Silver chosen...now was the time to go silly! I bought garlands and wreaths, bubbles and candles to decorate the house, inside and out. Our next biggest challenge was to purchase a tree that didn't cost too much and preferably would convert it's power source easily from US to OZ. This wasn't possible with any of the products we found so...crunch time we chose a tree and a few lights ...