River Lily Inn Bed & Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews River Lily Inn Bed & Breakfast Daytona Beach
Travel Blogs from Daytona Beach
... we got home. Unbelievably, she mailed it on Tuesday and it arrived at my sister's house on Wednesday.
When we arrived at my sister's house we got caught up on the recent goings on and just kind of relaxed. More stories from our younger days were told and Leon, as usual, had many interesting stories from his earlier life.
Leon is the kind of person that is always seeking to learn something. He is also a true adventurer. He ...
... Of course, you can’t just go into a Dunkin' Donuts and not leave with something, right? I thought the cinnamon rolls looked really good so I figured I should find out for sure. It was really good!
Cheryl had been home getting the refrigerator and freezer loaded, doing laundry and making some gluten free ginger cookies. I guess I got the better deal for the morning even thought it was a bust as far as seeing any trains ...
... case I forgot to mention it, the refrigerator in the motor home is not your conventional fridge. Because it is able to operate on propane or electricity, it works on a different principle. It is called a gas absorption cooler. The refrigeration unit uses heat to start a chemical reaction which, through evaporation and then condensation, cools the cold box. Kind of weird to think you use heat to create cold. Anyway, these types of refrigerators ...
... a great time getting an inside look at the venue. I will certainly be watching more closely next time a race is televised. We also plan to come back here in the future to watch a Daytona 500 race live.
After our tour we headed down the road a bit to eat at Chipotle Mexican Grill. This is one of our favorite places to eat and we hadn’t eaten at one since our visit with Missy and Bill in Texas. It was good eating.
Once lunch was done we ...
Today began for us at 4:00 AM in Paris, and by the time our heads finally hit the pillows back home in Daytona Beach, at 1:00 AM local time, we had been awake for nearly twenty-seven-hours, except for a few short catnaps aboard our Air France flight that were frequently interrupted by the non-stop coughing and hacking of Phlegm and Snot Hockerbee, an octogenarian couple sitting in front of us.
Our brutal but hardly unique ...