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Lake County

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14 travelers at this place:

  • Day16

    Juniper Springs / Ocala National Forest

    June 4 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 34 °C

    Auf unserer Weiterfahrt durchquerten wir die weiten Wälder des Ocala National Forest. Zahlreiche artesische Quellen sprudeln hier aus dem Karstboden, in manchen kann man offiziell baden, so auch in den Juniper Springs. Das Wasser war wunderbar klar und eine echte Erfrischung.

  • Day11

    Ocala National Forest

    February 10 in the United States ⋅ ☁️ 61 °F

    Wow. Midnight. Dark deep forest trail. And all I can think of is how much I feel like I stepped into the Blair Witch Project ... Lol. Bertha needed a "lift" and we saw rainbows

  • Day110

    Wekiva Falls Resort - FL

    October 29, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 66 °F

    Florida & temps are mid 80Fs during the day. All the snowbirds are heading here for the winter RVs of all shapes & sizes. Resort has a sulphur spring lagoon surrounded by palm trees, which is at 72F all year round, folks here are not using it as it's too cold out !!!! For us it's perfect to swim. Good biking round the campground & its trails. Birds here are used to people, ibis, herons & the highlight 2 sandhill cranes.Read more

  • Day5


    November 22, 2015 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 24 °C

    Soo Miami was a bit of a disaster with the weather! We went to south beach which wod have been really nice in the sun...loads of bars and restaurants along the beach! And then the rain started...i have never been so wet from rain before! We found a huge shopping mall to get some new clothes and then went to the Miami Heat game...they were playing the Philadelphia 76ers who were winning most of the game until they last quarter! It was really tense at the end and everybody was on their feet and chanting..it was so american lol

    Ben and luke drove home, i offered to do some but they wouldnt let me! We all stayed awake though to help the driver lol never been so pleased to see a bed!!!
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  • Day6

    Universal day!

    November 23, 2015 in the United States ⋅ 🌙 12 °C

    Our day at Universal! Didnt take as many pictures as disney :( it was SO busy...thanksgiving week is like a half term for kids so americans everywhere :( some rides had 75 min waits!

  • Day7

    19239 US-27, Clermont, FL 34715, Vereini

    October 7, 2014 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 27 °C

    Nach fast 8 Stunden ging es dann weiter auf die Suche eines Weingutes.
    Nsch ein paar Ausflügen durch die amerikanischen Provinzen haben wir es auch gefunden.
    Nun wird eine Flasche genüßlich auf unser Couch in der man versinkt und Wein getrunken... ui wat is der süß....

  • Day1


    May 9, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 24 °C

    The trip to Florida had begun. It was a beautiful morning, sun out, birds chirping, and it was a strong farewell from the usually muggy London. It seemed like it was promising us sweet days of summer and heat, but we knew better than to listen, and we had some non-refundable flights to catch. 

    In terms of flights, usually there is not much to talk about. You sit in an uncomfortably tight space for about 8 hours, try to sleep with varying degrees of failure, and eat some food that, even in terms of sustenance, is seriously questionable. 

    This particular experience, however, was actually one that far exceeded my expectations, and defied my ever pessimistic predictions. 

    Firstly, we asked for an aisle seat (due to my incessant fidgetyness) and were granted the request. We then discovered, to some serious amazement, that the seats we had were front row, leg-room to boot, screen further than a hand’s width away beauties. Winner. And then, to top it all of, we saw Adam and Chloe sauntering over, and discovering that, despite having made separate bookings days apart, despite them having pre-booked seats and used a different check-in counter, we were sitting together! Add this to the hilarity of darling Charlie being sat five rows back, and we were off to a solid start. 

    Movies? Watched Murder on the Orient Express first. Love me a murder mystery, love me a piece of Agatha, and love me a little Poirot. It was beautifully shot, great colouring, but in terms of content and script, very average. Still enjoyed it though, and hey, it was free. Then followed Coco. Now. The whole time I had been watching a disappointingly not-bold Poirot solve mysteries, I’d been eyeing up Chloe’s screen next to me. Colours, beautiful animation, creative and imaginative characters…. To say that it drew me away Orient Express would be accurate, so as soon as the credits rolled I was onto the animated gem. 

    Oh. My. God. I have not cried that much in an movie for a long time. It is very much a children’s movie, and as such the message is hearty and optimistic, but it hit a chord I did not could be hit, and opened up a flood of tears. It took about twenty minutes of crying, an episode of Modern Family and half of Justice League to bring me back town to my nihilistic self. Gorgeous, and I recommend it whole-heartedly. 

    Landing in Florida was effortless, and other than the sometimes dead-eyed stare and aggressively inaudible mumble that I encountered on border control, it was the smoothest American crossing I’ve ever experienced. We got picked up by Adam’s angel grandad Roger, who proceeded to take us to his palace, displayed the two ridiculously delicious looking tequila bottles (Cozumel tequila nonetheless!) and letting us settle in. Amazing dinner, and then, at 21:30 local time (02:30 home-time) I ran out of people steam, and rushed to the safety of the bedroom to recharge, do some memoiring, and curl up and, not drift off, but completely zone out into lala land. 

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  • Day2

    Never skip leg-day

    May 10, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    Jet-lag, a disney shopping mall, best British pie I ever had, pool-time, pizza, tequila (the very best from Cozumel, courtesy of the Rog-man) and a sore throat (treated with aforementioned Cozumel deliciousness). 

    I skipped leg-day day, and now I've fallen behind. But my new motto is never look back. So I guess it’ll be up to others to fill the gaps.

    Although. One thing I will say. We adopted a beautiful babe called Orlando. Welcome to the family, little one.
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  • Day3

    Disney Flippin' World

    May 11, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 29 °C

    Today was Disney, all about Disney, and everything to do with Disney. After the successful Disney Tee shopping trip yesterday, Chloe and I were on point. Tie-died & ready to rumble, with three other less garish Mickey’s in tow, we left for the theme park. 

    The day stated off particularly disney-esque when, waiting in line to have our bags thoroughly - and I mean thoroughly - searched, a tiny tiny bird settled on a woman’s fanny pack (ok, minus disney  points there) and settled for the whole security ride. It matched perfectly to our mood, which only got better after seeing Chloe had got an “It’s my birthday!” badge alongside the crescendo of music as we entered the park. 

    There is little to say about the theme park that hasn’t been experienced by theme park goers a hundred times before. Granted, there were disney characters Goofying (haha) around at every turn, and the Mickey-mouse themed everything had a stupidly cheerful vibe to it. But other than that it involved some queuing, some fast-tracking, and a lot of riding (and a lot, a lot of factor 50 sunscreen application on my very high maintenance tattoos). The day was rounded off by a perfect ride on Space Mountain, a star-filled ride where you have no idea where the train is going to take you to next (rather much like the madness that is existence, I suppose). 

    Benihana is to follow this evening, and there is a bubbling excitement that overrides all exhaustion (for now). Bring me good food, sunshine and a dazzling heat, and I’m the happiest sunflower in the state. And that’s certainly what I feel like already on day three of this holiday
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You might also know this place by the following names:

Lake County, مقاطعة ليك, Лейк, লেক কাউন্টি, Condado de Lake, Lakei maakond, Lake konderria, شهرستان لیک، فلوریدا, Comté de Lake, Lake megye, Լեյք շրջան, Contea di Lake, レイク郡, Lake Kūn, Hrabstwo Lake, لیک کاؤنٹی، فلوریڈا, Comitatul Lake, Округ Лејк, Quận Lake, Condado han Lake, 萊克縣

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