Amelia Island Williams House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... from the RV Park and decided that it
could do with a polish. A local
detailing company quoted us around $350.00 to do this. We passed on this and headed off to good
old Walmart, purchased three bottles of polish, some polishing cloths and
proceeded to do it ourselves.
You don't realise
how big a motor home is, ours being on the smaller scale of some of the rigs
you see here (28 foot), until ...
... Concert by Barbara MacGregor. The church and the music were beautiful.
We had a nice lunch and we were off again to see what else we had time to see. Pat and I found the house of wax. That, I must say, was most interesting and many other words I could use to tell about it. The figures looks so real but the touch is cold and like touching a dead person. Pat was paying for her ticket and on side of her was this man it loked like he was ...
... wayJenelle, we saw dolphins in the river.
Jacksonville, Georgia is a standard working city (without much to see) where most people commute in and out to work. If they can afford it most people live in the beach communities along the coast or in small country towns nearby, such as St Mary"s - a US Naval Base 20 minutes away. Explore St Mary's with it's beautiful wooden churches and a Main Street containing excellently preserved colonial buildings. Visit Orange Hall museum (original home c.1830 which ...
... could slow us down time wise. Luckily it was "on demand" but we have learned that some of those bridge tenders can be persnickity and their "on demand" might not be the same as your "on demand".
We did have some concern about the waters we would be traveling. We knew the depth of the water and the shoaling that occurs around certain areas due to the convergence of tides, inlets and rivers intersecting would be an issue based on the charts. And we were also traveling ...