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... he got there. He said their dog, Little Girl, still loves to be out on the boat and likes to perch on the tip of the bow, scouting dolphins from their 51’ cruiser. No trip to the Key’s would be complete without a trip to D-Hooker’s and Roy discovered to his initial disappointment, that the restaurant had been sold to a family member. The good news, he was a person Roy knew and had also been friends with when he lived there, but none ...
... day. That evening we headed into town on a Friday night, and ate at another Italian! Being Friday the 13th and a full moon, ghost tours were in full swing, with tours in converted hearses all around. But we took the scenic walk along the river, passing some bars, whilst picking and choosing where we would stop tomorrow on our day tour of the town. That very next morning was our time to explore the small town ...
... the RAF guys who are across here. Getting back on base the security man wasn't very happy though as I didn't have some papers that he reckoned I should have. He let me back on but here started my issues for the next few days... He told me to come back on Saturday to get the paperwork sorted, but neglected to mention the fact that the people who do the security don't actually work weekends. It was hard not to get annoyed with him anyway as he ignored everything I said ...
... promptly set off on the half hour walk back to the rental garage. When I got there at 1600 a flight had just come in and I waited in a queue for 40 minutes to be told they had rented out the SUV. By this point I must have looked broken because the lady pulled a few strings and managed to get me a nice family sized Toyota for $100 for 4 days- less than the Kia in fact! Then, to round off a pretty depressing 4 hours of walking, she told me that if I rent from ...
... of a detour round a slightly ropey part of town when the sat nav went a bit wrong, we parked up on Laura Street (!) and followed the map we had with all the events on it. Throughout the part of town we were in (Jacksonville is the biggest city in the US based on square miles but it's all very spread out- like lots of little towns grouped together in to a city) shops and cafés were open showing the work of local artists, jewellery makers,sculptors etc. ...
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- Free parking
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