Recently we featured the old-fashioned family park, Gatorland . The park has a number of clever signs posted around it's grounds, such as the ones you see above and below this paragraph. My favorites of the bunch were two signs that were about 10 feet apart. Here's the first: And here's the second: Smile! It's a joke.
Very entertaining DrF . I enjoyed looking around another smalltown USA. I presume it's still a working City with 10,000 people living there. Looks like a setting for "Blazing Saddles" - with less horses ! Did you know the Town "Sheriff" got his name from the "Shire Reef" - the Reef being a medieval name for a law enforcement officer of the English King. They had Town Reefs before that. But the Shire Reef of Nottingham got a horse with flashing hooves thrown in with the job. Bit like a...
Great photos and info on that iconic sign! On my last trip to Las Vegas, I found that the city is a very interesting place to walk. Because the airport is so close to the strip, I even walked there for my return flight home. Amazing what a different perspective you get when walking.
That's quite a collection you have DrF ! One thing that surprised me about Krakow is how welcoming the locals are. If you ask someone for directions - and they don't speak English - they'll find you someone who does. Wherever you travel people go the extra 100 feet to be nice to you. It must go in writing that this in the top 5 visitor friendly Euro cities. There are some great deals from here in Liverpool.UK. Return Flights + 2 nights hotel. £99/$145. And budget conscious travellers will...
Toledo in Ohio is an interesting story. If I recall a program I once saw on how state lines were determined, Toledo was in Michigan territory but that was contested by Ohio. After a bloodless skirmish between the two, a deal was struck where Ohio got Toledo and Michigan was given most of the Upper Peninsula (The Mitten). Who got the best deal?
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