BEST WESTERN St. Augustine I-95
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... and begun by another developer. Flagler's architects changed the appearance of St. Augustine, fashioning building styles that in time came to characterize the look of cities throughout Florida. For a time, St. Augustine was the winter tourist mecca of the United States. In the early twentieth century, however, the very rich found other parts of Florida to which they could escape. With them fled Flagler's dream of turning St. Augustine into the "Newport of the South." St. ...
... the road to Daytona.
We stopped for a last look at the ocean and now are on our way home.
We crossed the bridge over the Mantazas River and could see the Yacht Club on one side and St. Augustine College on the other side.
This has been another fun family time. Where to next year??? Time will tell.
Till next ...
... in Deland, we loaded up the Grumman Tiger and headed northwest. The tailwinds we enjoyed coming south were now against us, and the trashy weather in north Florida meant filing IFR to get out of the state. Made it back to Bozeman after an overnight in Kearney, KS. When we taxied in at Kearney, the EAAs B-17 , "Aluminum Overcast" was sitting on the ramp to great ...
... any either and told us we could only get them at stop one - no way we were walking there or spending that much time on the trolleyl
We wandered on down the street and Donna and I went in the Filthy Rich store. Don't know what I expected but it wasn't replicas of Hollywood stars' jewelry. Rodeo Drive this wasn't! The prices were great but I'm quite sure my finger would be black by the end of the day if I bought one of their rings. LOL -
... went to a historical house that you could walk through on tours. We started in the garden an it was full of colorful flowers. So pretty. Inside the house we went room to room and I could never do it justice with descriptions and unfortunately we couldn't take any pictures. The house was built in the early 1800's and was called something along the lines of the Nathaniel Russell house. They had a massive ...