The Saragossa Inn
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... of 8" fell!! It is the most rain we have had all 6 months! The cracked skylight held but we had a wet carpet over the living room skylight in the morning because of our silly flat roof!! It's the one BIG problem with the Bigfoot Motorhome!!
We actually don't mind a rainy day because it also gives us chance for a rest day! So I took the opportunity to get a much needed pedicure then I ...
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 ...
... We decided to try the sides as well this time. Sheree had the pulled pork sandwich. Why mess with perfection? We tried the Brunswick stew as a side, a recommended item in this restaurant. It was really delicious! Sheree has never been a fan of lima beans and they were in the stew but you would never know it by the way she finished every last bite in the small cup. Ted tried the ribs with coleslaw this time and said they were ...
... to use the WiFi, but it was not working that well, then a group of us decided to sit around the big tree in the hotel parking lot having a few drinks and having a bit of a chat. Nothing much was done for a few hours, then it was time to get ready for dinner. Dinner was at a place across the road – pizza and pasta, nothing special.
After dinner a group of us decided to do a ghost walk, so we went into town – about ...
We started the day by touring Castillo de San Marco for three hours. It was simply awesome not feeling hurried. Castillo de San Marco has a fascinating history as the oldest masonry fortification in the U.S. For starters, it was the tenth fort of St. Augustine. The first nine were built of wood and were either eaten by termites, rotted by humidity, or burned by natives and pirates/privateers (namely Sir Francis Drake). Finally, with ...