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... We have learned that you have to travel over there before 10 in the morning to not get stuck in lineups and have no difficulty with parking!!
It was the wine and olive festival in Edgewater Park today. We visited with people from Washington ,DC,New Orleans and Maryland. We absorbed as much info as we could about New. Orleans ,our next destination.
Sat with an older couple ...
... like oranges and grapefruit. They have great short films and displays worth checking out.
Oddly enough you don't see much transit activity anywhere down here...seems to be very much a car culture with everyone driving and very little carpooling it seems..
There are many restaurants around the few blocks and we chose to eat dinner at Thai Thani....Pad Thai ,spring rolls and an peppered steak stir fry filled the void! ...
... we spent about an hour on the beach. It was packed. We assume with kids on spring break. So now we have dipped our toes in the Atlantic on the east coast of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico on the west side.
Our drive back to Orlando was supposed to take 1 hour 45 min again but the traffic was againg solid all the way past Tampa city and it took us 2 & 3/4 hours.
Cooked dinner at our hotel tonight. Roast chicken and veggies. Nice.
... Christmas tree in every room. Outside the museum, Daniel had a little experiment on a tourist's Segway and just got the hang of a 360 turn when the owner yelled at him, "Would you steal someone's car?!" really loudly and made him feel mad. Later we went to Ybor City, a little town founded by a Cuban cigar exile. It has four shops where people hand-made real cigars. Each cigar went through 4-5 stages of being rolled, pressed, dried and wrapped with a big leaf ...
... was sunning itself on the road and someone had driven over it just behind its head then stretched it out on the side of the road. A pretty scary sight as it was way too close to our campsite for comfort……. We continued on to Chokoloskee, a small old fishing town (400+) on Florida’s southernmost Gulf Coast for our 11 AM tour through the 10,000 islands of the Everglades. Our guide, Heather, has lived in the area since 1998 and is ...