Hutchinson Island Plaza Hotel And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After Coral Castle we all drove up to Stuart to meet up with Paul at Pei Wei, the drive was much longer than we anticipated and with traffic it took us about 3 hours to get there. But regardless, it was quite nice to see Paul and meet his girlfriend ...
... Jamie, had we a television crew follow us around, people would watch and think, this is such a set up. No way that would happen....well it does! So we go straight to a petrol station, I jump out the van looking at my wallet, close my door, then hear Jamie pushing the door lock button, by the time I had shouted he had shut the door, I had left the keys in the ignition. So that's us, now standing at the pump, locked out our own camper van. ...
... The sun is present each day in the sky. The most important thing is that in Florida, the snow is not present at all. This is why some teams from Canada like the one from Ottawa come in Florida to practice in order to be ready for the beginning of their season. Also, it's a good experience for these kids and I’m pretty sure they enjoy it. I had good time with this team. The coaches were very sympathetic with me. They were able to speak French, but they talked with me ...
... just north of West Palm Beach, and then on March 8 to Jetty Park (recommended by fellow travelers) on the ocean near Cape Canaveral. I've included map pictures of the route I'll be traveling. Looking forward to touring Kennedy Space Center and visiting Cape Canaveral National Seashore!!!
I called several military campgrounds (on/near military bases) along my proposed route. There are restrictions on who can camp there, but some of them accept retired ...
... and set my sights to the view. The Aussie gave me the controls and we started spinning like a top. Ocean, storm, ocean, storm. He stopped me before we, or rather him, got sick. As we neared earth I watched Jessica and Rufio land before me. I touched ground, followed by Mom. I bolted, feeling like I could have finished that half marathon I've been training for. I jumped on Jessica, who turned a pale, grave face toward me. "Whooa" she muttered. ...