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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... a swimming pool, a couple of pavilions and a full time maintenance crew. My spot had a tar lane to park on and a cement patio with a nice picnic table. There was a couple of great shade trees, which incidental blocked my satelight dish from getting any reception. but who cares.
I decided that I hadn't done any sight seeing since Marianne (That's a town I stayed in Martha fer da cripes sake) that I would go do ...
... of Florida. Tomorrow we should be able to see the Everglades and, if all goes well, end our day in Key West! Although we hit a little rain this morning, it is suppose to be nice and dry in Florida tomorrow. No impact from the hurricane which is impacting the mid-East Coast states. No pics today, but should have a few from the Everglades and our trip to Key West tomorrow Trip Totals National Parks: 12 Miles Driven: 5316 States Entered: ...
... bar, and a good night's sleep, WE were in our way to The Great Smoky Mountain NP, straddling the boarder between Tennessee and North Carolina. Although a little raining and and little foggy, it was still very beautiful. There are more variety of trees in this NP then all of Europe, and it has one of the greatest diversity of plant and animal life anywhere. A 3 mile hike to an ...
... and we'd checked into a campsite called Sun n'fun for convenience as I had a medical appt in the area. It looked and sounded naff but again this was a properly run campsite. Nothing ********** here. It was mahussive, over 1000 RV-ers. There was two pools, a gym, a spa, mini golf, lawn bowls, tournequet, a woodwork shop - pretty much everything but a swim up bar - this was butlins with wheels. It was actually highly enjoyable staying here, despite the terrible name ...
... along our route and we should stop when we get to the first coffee shop. The problem was we kept figuring our distance from where we happened to be at a given text to the Sarasota center-point, when David's house was another ten miles! He finally called and said he thought we were days away! We told him that it should take us an hour or so to get there. Little did we know we would run into Albert, a reverend from Boston, who rode up on his bike and started ...