Shirley met me at Orlando Airport. Was I pleased to see her smiley, happy face! I didn’t know that Orlando is now famous for its Disney-World, and other theme parks, which attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Most are families with young children. Nephew Andrew went there a couple of years ago with his partner and daughter and had a good time.
I was ‘overtired’, but Shirley stopped me from dozing off as she drove me to her home at St. Augustine. It is the oldest town/city in the USA. It was founded by Spanish adventurers in 1565. Check it out on the internet and you will find lots of information.
We finally arrived at Shirley’s house. She lives there with her younger daughter, son-in-law and grandaughter. You enter from the road to a parking area. In front is a large garage with guest room above. To the right is an entrance door to the house. Enter and look to the left. A view down to the pool and its pavillion. The photos should take you through this route.
My favourite route was always to end at the pool and pavillion. More of that later when I report on my adventures in the pool. A wonderful end of journey. I later drifted into the land of nod and slept into my first full day in St. Augustine with bicycle and photos of the beach.