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Comment from: jim [Visitor]
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we did the same thing aug. 6 got lucky my credit card was rejected than i noticed the 5.89 thought i was seeing things went across the street also what a crock of b.s. owner should be deported or thrown in jail had to look this story up to show family in ohio they didn't believe me just unreakl!!!!!!!!
2011-08-07 @ 07:24
Comment from: Theodore Smith [Visitor]
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Fortunately the gas prices were reasonable when I was in Orlando. I drove to Fort Myers and played a few rounds at Colonial Country Club and I was impressed. The course was in immaculate condition, and the green fees were quite reasonable, especially after comparing them to other courses in the area on the http://www.colonialcountryclub.us website. I played with players of different skill levels and the variety of tee boxes made it enjoyable for each player. I would suggest to golfers in the area to try it.
2011-09-04 @ 14:59
Comment from: Anne [Visitor]
It happened to us also.. We were in a hurry to return our rental car, and get to our flight.. Pulled in there, and proceeded to pump and realized it was almost $6.00 per gallon.. Such a rip off... Normally I look at gas prices, but there prob hoping to get people that are in a hurry or distracted.. I'm surprised their allowed to do that legally!!
2013-11-27 @ 05:23

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