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About a year ago, my husband and I got the travel bug and wanted to go somewhere. We were not sure what would the best place to go and did not want to spend much money either. We wanted a place where the hotel would be reasonably priced and then we did not have to spend much on things we wanted to do things the place. We wanted a place with good food and that was different. We did not want to go to a place that we already had been to.
So, I did my research and looked for top places to visit in Florida. One of the first that popped up was Mt. Dora, Florida. It seemed like such a cute little town, and we had never even heard of it. So we quickly booked a room in a B&B and headed over. When we arrived, we found a gorgeous small town with lots of little shops and mom and pop restaurants. The owner of the bed and breakfast gave us a suggestion and we went with it. That is when we found Shrimp and Grits on the menu and knew we had to give it a try.
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