One problem we all face is paying for medical services with after-tax dollars. This must end for regular insurance (PPO) as it already has for Health Savings Account (HSA) insurance. So a $35 co-pay in a PPO plan will in reality cost someone around $50 in gross earnings to pay the $35 fee depending on tax bracket. You can include prescriptions, tests, hospital care, maternity, non-prescription medicines, bandaids, dental expenses, eye wear and related costs and much more. All of which are payable with after-tax dollars except for HSA plans.
Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. Charleston can be a very high ops-tempo base since it is a major C-17 base. Yet Charleston’s culture and port location can offer a lot to do during the off days. Downtown Charleston is full of history and shopping. For single men looking for that special someone, The College of Charleston has a 12 to 1 girl-to-guy ratio. For the ladies, the Citadel is home to a nearly all-male class of college- educated, future military leaders. For families, Charleston has a festival nearly every month as well as several beaches like Folly Beach or the Isle of Palms. For the party people, Myrtle Beach, home to a Hard Rock Cafe and Planet Hollywood, is only an hour away.
If you like western history, Griffith Park is host to the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum. This is a great place to look at western artwork and view some of the Indian Pow Wow’s that they have around the year.
A very similar routing by Arnold Palmer awaits you on the south side of town. The Legends at Orange Lake opened in 1998 and features a Scottish style front nine (The Links) and a tree-lined back nine (The Pines). The feature holes are the 610-yard 4th on the Links nine and the 432-yard 13th, called the Island Oak.
Let’s start with shopping, spa, banking and medical services. MCO boasts a world class mall right in the terminal. Many travelers completed their Christmas shopping this past year pre or post flight. Easy to understand with retailers that rival the Mall of America’s from Brookstone, Disney, Universal Studio Singapore, Sea World, Erwin Pearl to L’Occitane there is truly something for every taste and budget.
Ms. Laemmle has correctly guessed that her experiences at Universal Studio would make an interesting read, and she has provided us with a book that’s just as colorful and off-beat as the lady who wrote it.
You can go to each theme parks website and find out the ride height requirements for every single ride in each park. Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World all have rides that range from the 34 inch tall to 54 inch tall requirements. So check them out before you go so you don’t have a very upset child on your hands!