The Saragossa Inn
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... great hotels still serving that purpose. Some 2 million visitors annually make their way to St. Augustine, lured by the sense of discovering a unique historic part of America. While the venerable Castillo de San Marcos remains the traditional magnet for visitors, there are many other appealing historical sites and vistas. The City of St. Augustine maintains architectural control over the colonial city, insuring that the inevitable change which occurs in a living urban area respects the ...
This has been a fun few days, but it has come to an end and it is time to head home and back to the real world.
I had my last day of "room service" breakfast for this trip and I like having people. Check out my breakfast. Not too shabby.
We packed the car and said good-bye to Bob. We were hoping to see Bart's group this morning but they ...
... side up. Lunch was really good, now time to move on. We did some window shopping and Tricia and Trey went in search of the Oldest Schoolhouse and to see some of Old Saint Augustine. It started to rain so we hot footed it back to the car and made it just as the skies opened up and it poured rain. Whew, dodged a bullet there. We decided to ride south on A1 to check it out. We got close to Palm Coast and turned around and headed ...
... now, having gone through all that. I like to think my girls are better off too.
Another recurring thought I had in Cocoa, because of my experiences there, was how remarkably resilient older women are. We spent a lot of time with cousins Maureen,Nora and Joan the liveliest octogenarians I have ever met. These ladies make some of our younger friends seem old. Maureen, the oldest - closer to 90 than 80 scurried around all day helping other ...
... of months back. Such an idiot.
After the ubiquitous, but pleasant breakfast of bagels and coffee we went to town for Deelee to buy some provisions and me to stock up on wound dressings.
Lunch time we found a very nice sports bar with a pretty five foot nothing waitress. Ordered all the exotica which we don't get at home such as onion stack,deep fried dill pickles, po boy sandwich and baked potato soup. Couple of pints ...