Sun Deck Inn & Suites
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Another early start. Looking forward to my next bloody sleep-in to be honest. I checked out of my Orlando accommodation and started my long day which was to involve lots of public transport. As long as I could make my train which was scheduled to depart at 10.30am then all should be good. The problem was, I needed two bus trips in the meantime to …
... Hopefully use up enough mouthwash and peanut butter before we get on a plane to Malta. I can't live up to Lynn's blog standard. I don't promise pix of every meal we consume. However, I will do my best to showcase the wine!!! And David, of course. No not my husband, the marble statue in Florence!!!
Buona notte. Vicki and Dave
... Each stop was at least 4 frustrating minutes.
I put up with it for about 2 hours, in which time I traveled 55 km (usually do at least 200 km in the same time span). A map check was required! I ended up doubling back about 15 miles and then hit a bunch of Toll Highways that ring-roaded Tampa Bay. The first toll booth I stopped at I realized how wet I was, trying to pull .50 cents out of my water swollen and puffy ...
... a tear in her eye at the end. A day we will never forget. We ordered some photos then went for a swim in the pool. Packed up to go we headed on back up the highway towards the Everglades on the way to our next stop in Naples. Homer the Sat Nav took us towards Miami on the highway, missing the lower road, so I tried to follow my nose only to take a wrong turn. Several back roads later we found the right road and were cruising through the Everglades. We chose a small ...
... days later
when the wind was blowing quite strongly, my neighbors helped me to
roll it back up. Between the three of us, and none of us knowing what
we were doing, we managed to break one of the arms. I found a mobile
RV repair fellow (the fellow is mobile) and he came by the next day
and replaced the arm. He also gave me a lesson in bringing down and
putting up the awning. Cost of this learning experience: $150.