The Old Powder House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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... will remember when I was broke. It was 1980 and I was a single Dad with two young girls to take care of and a big mortgage nut to crack each month. A year later I handed over my entire but meagre net worth to my lawyer in exchange for custody papers. Thanks Gran for the interim financing. I wish I knew then what I know now. I wouldn't have worried so much. Everything has turned out well. But I think I benefited a lot and appreciate how good ...
... on the Social Register with names like Rockefeller and six American presidents during its time. Flagler built the railroad from New York City to St. Augustine and eventually extended it all the way to the Florida Keys. He built hotels all along the railroad line to house his passengers. However, the Hotel Ponce de Leon's 450 guest rooms were very exclusive. It was only open from January to April every year and each ...
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We walked the beach for miles picking up shells & watching the plover, sandpipers & pelicans. This is why we came here!! Now if the wind would die down ...
We thoroughly enjoyed our brief stay at Hana State Park just outside of Jacksonville, Florida. We should have stayed longer but we were still looking for warmer weather. Onward to near Cape Canaveral and camping at Seasons in the Sun. The camping clientele is different at the private campsites .....more seniors and retirees and snowbirds. This ...
... of Charlestown, SC the Spanish felt sufficiently threatened to establish a more significant fortification. Originally conceived to be a castle, it has a two drawbridges, a portcullis and it’s foundation was built 19’ thick and surrounded by a moat. At first glance, you wonder why there is no water! Well, the moat is known as a dry moat. The intent was to prevent attackers from from burrowing underneath the walls. The fort was subsequently attacked 15 ...