Gem Coast Inn
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today is Saturday, October 3rd, so it must be day 13 of my NP tour. Today we spend an hour or so waking through the lost luggage store in Scottsboro, Alabama where Barbara bought a new John Lescroart book for $3, and we got the road for Florida. The goal today was to get deep into Florida so we can make the Everglades and Key West tomorrow. After about 700 miles of driving, we ended the day about 100 miles North of the Everglades in ...
... have loved the Dualit toaster!). We organized our luggage and set out to find the train station. One more shopping stop for pop, potatoes, steak and a kilo of tasty Italian grapes, dinner and lots of rest for a big day in Milan tomorrow!
When you arrive by train in Milan, you are greeted by a very confusing metro with ...
Paul has played a few times at a local course called Oyster Creek but he has been itching to play some of the "nicer" courses nearby.
Two of these courses are Boca Royale and Riverwood. Both get excellent ratings and Riverwood is rated 15th in the entire state of Florida.
Riverwood is a Golf Digest 4 1/2 star course that is truly unique as a result of its design features, natural beauty and varying challenges. (so ...
... into the roasting temps (96 degrees outside).
Back to Venice , where we were staying the night at Barb & Kens Condo.
Compulsory walk after dinner on the Venice Pier at sunset - and again that threatening sky - “black as the ace of spades “ with thunder and lightning in the distance. Not enough to frighten the fish however, and there were plenty in the harbour boiling up the water with bigger fish chasing them to the surface.
... with the one in the Dodge, so Bob purchased an aftermarket Rand McNally unit. We love the machine but it came with an unexpected plus: street names like “Mt. Vernon” become “Montana Vernon.” We stopped for the night at Lake MacBride State Park which is named for Thomas MacBride, considered the father of conservation in Iowa. This man-made lake covers 812 acres and there are dozens of ...