Restaurants in DeLand, Florida

We’ve been able to explore some of the many good restaurants in DeLand, Florida, often walking from Stetson University campus to the historic downtown. I’ll add to this list over time.  We recommend all of these. Restaurants in DeLand, Florida Angelina’s Pizzeria has delicious pizzas and Italian food at affordable prices.  Our portions were large, so you could share. Bill & Frank’s Brickhouse Grill has delicious food, but can get too crazy-busy on a weekend night, so try another time. Boston Coffeehouse I loved the decor (the original Boston Coffeehouse is on New York Ave.) and my sandwich on a … Continue reading Restaurants in DeLand, Florida

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Alpacas and More on Trip to Ohio

I had a great visit to Ohio, so  I wrote the following narrative to explain the photos in the Ohio trip album. I visited a lot of friends and places. One of the big news items in May was the massive forest fire in Georgia. The pilot pointed it out to us as I flew over Georgia to Cleveland. The next day, I drove to Cincinnati. My friends drove me over to Kentucky to have a leisurely lunch on the Ohio River on a replica of a paddle wheel steamboat. As I headed back to Cleveland, I stopped in Coshocton for an … Continue reading Alpacas and More on Trip to Ohio

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A President, a politician, and a Munchkin

Jenny had a four-day weekend, so we decided to do a little trip up to St. Augustine. First, we stopped at DeLeon Springs State Park. We made pancakes at our table from freshly-milled flour. It’s a fun place for breakfast! Then, we left this rustic setting and headed to St. Augustine for a tour of Flagler College. Hotel Ponce de León was a resort hotel in the early part of the twentieth century. On our tour of the campus, we met Rep. William Proctor, a Florida State legislator. He was in Proctor Library (named after him, of course – he … Continue reading A President, a politician, and a Munchkin

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