Does anyone else find this thread slightly depressing? Later became the Big Bee. How about downtown, the Robert Meyer hotel, or the Angebilt?
They would play movies on a TV in the corner. She was always very careful with her portions, but the food was great and truely homemade. It was so cheesy it was fun. There was a strip club just across the street a ways that was covered with neon I believe. I have really enjoyed the lists from everyone!
There were cool toys at the Liggett Rexall Drug Stores too; many of my Barbie doll outfits and accessories I received for Christmas and birthday came from the drugstore! But he was right! Man I miss club dancing! I remember passing that in the car when I was a kid. It was unique because in addition to it being a fine dining restaurant, there was entertainment in the form of "dancing waters".
Does anyone remember the tree house rooms at the Polynesian Disney, I think they are gone, was really jealous as a kid because my cousin got to stay in one when he was visiting us. It was on Princeton near I-4, where Chevron is now?
I still have 2 of the carved horses somewhere. There was one in Winter Park on Fairbanks just past where it intersects with Orange. There was also another toy store other than lionel playworld, they had a big screen set up in the front where they let kids watch movies.
Cool World, downtown hippie shop near Washington and Orange. Food was similar to Steak n Shake, but the place was a bit fancier. I know people mentioned The Beechum Theatre That was in the Altamonte Mall.
County eating family style. Must have been in 7th grade. Ended up being a frat bar. Had a cool wooden, plank-like sign hanging above the parking lot. Fairvilla when there was a movie theater and a bowling alley And remember the Parkwood Plaza?
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