Daytona Beach Extended Stay Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Daytona Beach Extended Stay Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Daytona Beach Extended Stay Hotel
Travel Blogs from Daytona Beach
... about 10 years ago. Cool.
Wed. Night we reconnected with Caroll Brown, an Irish balladeer who lives in the low country and plays in the local Irish pub. He played a few requests and we bought 2 of his CDs which we enjoyed on the drive Thursday to Daytona. There we met up with Gary and Kerry and spent the weekend with them at the races. I won't write about them again, go see last years blog if you want the details. I will be ...
... day and a bed and an upper bunk at night. Went for the 7:00 pm seating in the dining car. Had great table mates who are moving from Florida back up to Deleware. Good conversation. Called it an early night. Had a typical train sleep - light, frequent waking and lots of gentle rocking and ...
... in the cold water. This was Tom's day to be silly with the pictures, those are shells he is using. I sure do want more of those days.
Each time we go for a walk we see something new, it is the best.
Today it is cooler and cloudy but better than back home so I am not complaining.
Life is great Thank you to the people that have made comments
Hope this finds everyone happy and healthy Take care HUGS TERRY ...
... can drive on the beach down here between 2 signs - crazy.
There was some kind of competition with the seadoo kind of machines. The weather is nice, but the wind makes it cooler than you would think.
So glad to be in one spot for a week, then we move to our second spot. ...
I will do my best to paint a rich textual tapestry of Mother Natures Pageant and ask you, the reader, to imagine it in your mind's eye.
A impossibly white sand beach fills the bottom of the foreground, while the waves crashing the shore fills the bottom third. Breakers start to curl with their white edges, then crash ashore creating a line of foam. The sea stretches off to the middle of the frame. ...