Ruby Inn by the Sea

Address: 802 Second St. South, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, 32250, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 802 Second St. South, Jacksonville Beach, is near Adventure Landing, Jacksonville Beach Golf Club, Lagoon Course at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, and Lagoon Course at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club.
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Travel Blogs from Jacksonville Beach

To Parana, Argentina in 26 Hours

A travel blog entry by civilgator on Dec 28, 2014

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I left Jacksonville bound for Houston and Buenos Aires by plane, and eventually to Parana, by bus. From wheels up in Jville to a warm embrace from Maxi (my Argentine exchange brother from high school) it was a total of 26 hours and over 5,000 miles. It was a long but smooth trip and it was worth every minute of it to catch up with him and his family Luli and Franco. (he's a 3 year old tazmanian devil but mostly human Maxi assures me) ...

The summer of 2014 at Riverfront Campground

A travel blog entry by adle123 on Jun 01, 2014

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Due to unforseen family medical issues we spent a good part of 2014 at Riverfront Campground. I spent most of the weeks here and lori was with me on the weekends. Several of the folks from Alamacontee Campground {allan & Nannette, Ed & Cindy and Gus & Marilynn} and Larry was right down the road at white shell also. Spent a lot of time fishing off of Ed ...

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

A travel blog entry by janiebob on Nov 18, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... all had a great time and headed back over to her house. What an absolutely beautiful home she has, right on the inter-coastal water way.
Lee and Leah have two very precious boys, Colin and Alden. They love to surf, fish and play lacrosse. Murphy, their dog is so loving. He loves carrying rocks in his mouth and dropping them in the pool. Then he gives ...

Business Travel at its Best

A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jun 13, 2012

... succumb to the rising seas. I believe that. Yet I understand why people live on the coast. We humans always have. Part of it is survival. Bodies of water provide food. The ocean was also a source of salt. It's more than that, I think. An ocean is devastatingly powerful. Weather forecasting was very imprecise, and while civilizations were able to predict the weather with surprising accuracy, they couldn't explain it. Yet they still lived on the sea, still took their ...

At Long Last, Home Again!

A travel blog entry by thsmith1 on Sep 30, 2011

... Dothan (if anyone actually is), rip off his leg, and beat him to death with it. I'd been through there a few times before, but this was truly unbelieveble. Took forever to get through there, and cost me at least an hour, if not two. But, finally, I made it into my home state and the last few hundred miles home.

I arrived home shortly after midnight, seeing my home for the first time since mid-August, and ...

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