Days Inn & Suites Amelia Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... it below our second floor window. Only a 3 hour drive tomorrow as we have done the bulk already so aiming to go to Walmart for sunshine supplies once we are near our villa. Boring entry sorry! Much exciting thing in my opinion today was that I finally got to wear pumps instead of ...
... speaks better english than Maxi which has come in handy on occasion. His son Franco is a typical three year old except he speaks bits and pieces of English and Italian. He's highly susceptible to caffeine and sugar and wants to be sure you know he's there. There's a pool and two yellow labs out front and my guest room has amazing views of Parana from a nearby hilltop where Maxi built his home. All in all I couldn't have asked for ...
We went out on the ocean over night passage. Chantal did 6pm to 12am while Brendan slept. Then B did 1am to 7am. and landed in Fernandina Beach Florida! Doing an ocean passage was pretty boring without each others company. The water was calm, stars ...
Reducing weight might be quite an ordeal however the summer is without doubt one of the few reasons that can certainly push someone to lose weight. Many want to visit the beach and also have a beach worthy body, some just wants to fit in to that particular bikini but what ever the explanation, dropping pounds has maintained the identical formula for success. Choose a correct nutrition plan Notice I stated nutrition instead of diet? Because ...
... make a slow pass" all while the other boat is heading towards your boat at 45 mph or more in skinny water! Talk about a mouthful under pressure).
In addition to the currents and shoaling, there are the tides. We quickly learned that the further north one travels, the more extreme the tides become. Because the water on this stretch of the ICW is so skinny and shallow, tides were a big issue. It is always better to travel at high tide. However, a lot of time, high ...