Royal Hawaiian Motel / Botel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at another country garage we arrived at the camping ground. We made it all the way to the service dealer and we were fortunate that even though it was Saturday they worked on the car until it was repaired. They were generous to provide us with a loan car for the day so we could explore the area and we generously paid their account! Oh well repairs are necessary when we run an older car. We were amazed at the need to insect cover all the outdoor entertainment areas at ...
... well except Barbara! Well a great day has come to a close. Any day you get to visit Cuban coffee queen not once but twice, get lifers, visit a neat place, educate people about birds and bird conservation, and meet quality people - well that is a good day and why we do what we do. Sa************** back for Miami but only after we search for the quail dove again as Henning had it a couple days ago. Lifer Count Katie - 17 Philip- 6 Simon - 6 Mike - 3 Eric - 1 Until ...
And we are off! Trip commences this morning. When we left Rabun gap it was 35 degrees. Changed into shorts immediately after departing the airplane. Here are some pics on the day! Enjoy. It was a busy day of travel, grocery shopping, riding in a jammed SUV with tons of groceries, airboat tours, gator shows, and nighttime fishing and stargazing. Not a bad start. Tomorrow we hit the beach! Bysura's ...
... The rest of the journey South was uneventful and we got to the beginning of keys at about 4pm, just as we realised we had no beer and wine for the villa!! I screeched into the next available Place with a liquor sign and we stocked up with Andy and Rachael provisions. Next to the liquor store was a Dunkin Doughnuts, so we got a box of those too! The long straight road across the keys goes on and on, with boat marinas, fish restaurants and an array of ...
... had spots and a very long tail. She checked us out then went on her way. We went to Lazy Days for dinner. Our table was dockside, with a lovely view.The food was amazing! And plenty of it, so lunch tomorrow is taken care of! We shared the Stone Crab claws, I had grouper St. Croix and Glenn had a steak. another great meal, and not only because I didn't have to cook ...