Azalea Inn & Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... every step. So, what better way to get the lay of the land than with a haunted tour? There are at least 20 different ghost tours to chose from, each with their own shtick. We chose the convertible hearse. Corny, maybe, but also a fun time full of ghost stories and history and mojitos. The mojito, as we learned in Cuba, acts as internal air conditioning, and is actually a local requirement. and not necessarily a vice.
... this beast turned 180 degrees. No wonder I couldn’t make that turn in downtown Baton Rouge.
Back on the highway we went. With our stop, it was getting later in the morning and I noticed there was a lot more traffic now. Add that to the fact that it's a holiday weekend and we were getting closer to Jacksonville, it was not surprising that all three lanes were pretty packed. By the way, Jacksonville is the most populous city in Florida with ...
... br> Our hotel is located at Ellis Square which is right in the heart of the city and just across the road from the river. Brilliant!! We can walk everywhere around town and if not, we have got a free ticket from the trolley tour to use for the rest of today and all tomorrow.
The trolley tour was seriously hot so we went back to the hotel to shower and change before going out for dinner.
... We are going to swim in crystal Clear springs and trek around the park. It's quite large so we will only see a portion of it. We are staying in Silver Springs for the night (6 Tarzan movies were filmed here) before heading back to Orlando for a day and flying to New Orleans at night. We are staying at a really popular hostel in New Orleans so it will be nice to meet others, surely party with them at night and make the most of what New Orleans has to ...
... it's sails open. We then had a little walk around the town, it's really very nice with lots of Spanish influence still remaining, they claim it is the oldest continually occupied town in America, from 1565. We then went to the fort, the oldest masonry fort in America it has been there since 1672, the first original wooden fort was destroyed by Sir Francis Drake in 1586. The whole town had passed between the Spanish & English (although the French were the ...