Speaking to reporters for perhaps the last time as governor, Bush said he would miss life in the governor's mansion, specifically the food, the beauty of the residence, and a never-ending supply of fresh towels.
"I don't know how it is in your life but it's -- most of the time, you know, most people take showers and you use towels six or seven times. But here, although I've been trained to do otherwise, any time I want, I can have a new towel," Bush told the newspaper.
Bush and his wife, Columba, left the mansion Friday after dedicating a new library in the governor's mansion Thursday. The two were expected to spend the Christmas and New Year's holidays elsewhere in South Florida, the newspaper said.