Hampton Inn St. Augustine - I-95
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... As we wrapped up class - the students gave us a standing ovation - so we patted ourselves on the back. It is clear that "when we put our hands on it, magic happens!" Promptly after class, Eric blindly started driving towards his secret Florida Scrub Jay spot. After a few wrong turns trying to get out of town we realized that Philip sucks as a navigator - remember he's British so he is accustomed to driving on the wrong side of the road so every turn ...
... from a a week at Disney and they stopped at the same exit for dinner. After a quick meal, we all piled in the RV for a little birthday celebration. Her oldest, George is turning 3 in 2 days, so I had purchased a small cake and we unwrapped gifts. We gave George a toy RV and 2 books and they gave me a necklace made of beads that were made from Disney park maps. Cool! After ...
... by all, see accompanying photos.
After Doug and Marg moved on to Kissimmee, Rick and Ardeth arrived for the week. They plied us with culinary delights and put Annette under a lot of pressure to equal the gastronomy. As always she rose to the task, without much input from me, no BBQ damn! Ask her about her latest creation, called Tequilla chicken. We engaged in all of the above activities, see accompanying cannon photos, and ...
We found the beach! Finally, after driving for days, we reached St. Augustine and our hotel on St. Augustine beach. Actually, we stayed on Anastasia Island, a barrier island just off the coast of St Augustine, the oldest town in the US. As you can see in our pictures, it's a beautiful, wide beach covered with tiny, tiny sea shells. Since it's January, the water is much too cold for me to swim but we watched the surfers in ...
Still in Florida… in St Augustine actually… It's the USA oldest continually occupied town… the town holds an important place in American history especially in regards to civil rights and stuff… There's also apparently lots of ghosts around too but i wasn't venturing out to find out… instead I decided to ...