November 12, 2009

Ocala, Silver Springs Florida

Posted in Amusement Parks, Haunted America, Historical City, The Old South at 10:18 pm by Kendal

PICT0102 There is few places left that are naturally nice but central florida is one one of them.  It is a hidden treasure away from the beach seen.  The city of Ocala has many historic features, musems, hotels and night life to keep anyone entertained.  It still hosts the charm of a small town but hides many great theaters and dining.  Ocala  is one truly, tradional, beautiful florida city to visit.

On the outskirts is a park called silver springs that is much fun with its glass bottom boats and water so pure you can see the bottom of the river.  There is also Ocala national forest that is too good to pass up.  You can see many cracker old florida homesteads, alligators, monkeys, tropical plants; and etc to make you loose track of time.

After falling in love with central florida… I now consider this my part time residence and where my writers cottage is.


March 30, 2009

Cedar Point

Posted in Amusement Parks at 9:49 pm by Kendal

910200811051cedar_point-entrance7301 Next to Sandusky, Ohio is one of the eldest Amusements Park in the world.  One that is known for its awesome roller coasters and fun atmosphere.  Amusement Parks are very much part of the American Culture and Cedar Point is one of the longest running ones in operation.  

Cedar Point amusement park looks as amazing from the air as it does from ground level. The amusement park is built at the far end of a peninsular which juts out into Lake Erie, next to the town of SanduskyOhio [which is 60 miles from Clevelandand is where Marilyn Monroe’s character of Sugar in “Some Like it Hot” hailed from].