15 hrs of driving and countless gut bombs along the way. We are here at the beautiful Mission Inn. The ACBS got us a good rate of 89 bucks a night. We also went out for dinner and found Casamia a family owned Italian restaurant. WOW! What an apmishere. It’s also the right color! Angelo will no doubt make you feel at home. This is one of those places that can not be replicated anywhere. It’s all about the locals and the owners making you feel like you have been eating with them for years… And you would if you lived here. No chain crap here. It’s on Alfred st, or old 441 near the show location… OK it’s down the way a tad, past the trailer park… there’s a cliche, everything in FLA is past the trailer park…….
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