Malyn Resort Condominium Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... an up and coming neighborhood. But there is a run down apartment bldg/motel that backs up to this property and I am not comfortable buying a house that would be empty much of the time in a rather mixed area. My guess is that this area will continue to improve and this property will increase in value. If we were younger and looking to invest for the future this would be a good bet. But we are looking for a place to use in the winter and leave for long periods of time. ...
... off to find a Michael's for some supplies to craft with all these shells. So far I've covered a wooden letter C with shells, made a picture frame for all 4 kids and built a tree with shells. And there are still plenty of shells left. We have signed up to rent a little house here for next January. 3 br 2 bath with a pool and fenced in yard. I am surprised that Paul is willing to come back but I think he knows he now has some tennis friends, the ...
... just outside of Pensacola. If we thought St. Pete's Beach was quiet, Navarre was even more subdued! Luckily, it's Super Bowl weekend, so we found our own entertainment at the bar next door to the hotel. With the likely name of "Helen Back," we figured this was the place to have a good time--and we did! They had a giant big projection tv, so we placed ourselves right in front of it to watch the Super Bowl. Wasn't that a great game? We ...
Who's ever heard of Busch Gardens? It's an hour away from Orlando, near Tampa in fact, and doesn't have the brand or prestige of Disney or Universal but it has two of the best roller coasters we came across. It presents itself as a combination of theme park and zoo, with a large area given over to African 'savannah'. It was neat to see giraffes galloping along with plenty of space; we weren't ...
... they have been extremely helpful as I plan our route. In some cases I have looked at the roads into some places and wondered if I could drive a 32 ft vehicle on that highway! After reading stories of others that did it and survived, I have confidence that we can do it!!
I have been to Alaska many times and driven cars to many of the places that are in the blogs. My brother moved to Alaska in the late 70’s and my first trip up there was in 1984. A note ...