Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant
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... back and that the residue of his stuff that surrounded us belonged to a dead guy. It felt like he was just away for a while, not an eternity. I could not shake the feeling that he was coming back from New York just like before. And he had this beautiful waterfront condo with a view of the sunsets over the Banana River that he would never enjoy again. Sad.
One of the treasures he left behind was a book by Andy Rooney, the guy from the ...
... mixed with shells used to build the very thick walls, and watched soldiers dressed in period uniforms load, prime and fire ancient muskets over the bay. We walked through the Castillo, viewed the barracks and jail, and learned about the hundreds of native Americans held here during the American Indian wars. It really was a fascinating look at centuries of people who carved a new country that eventually became our ...
... where bright and the ocean swell gently rocked the boat all night long. We met up with Joanne and Jack (Brendan's parents again and they drove us around all day getting part and provisioning. Their help was so appreciated and nice to have their ...
... Harbor. Interesting little course, definitely windy, but not very challenging. Played awful anyhow, shot an 83 with 37 on back nine. Dinner that night with Clem and Linda, Ken, and Vicky at Flying Iguana, new place in Atlantic Beach. Good margaritas and some very different tacos. Pretty tasty. Friday night, went to Salt Life Cafe (yep, THAT Salt Life - owned by the ...
... drag ourselves out of the house to drive down to St. Augustine to see the lights decorating the township. Only disappointed by the vast crowds and traffic that prevented us from really driving through the whole town to see the lights, we had a nice balmy night out with a pub meal at the White Lion our only option as every other eatery was booked out! We could not believe how many people were here tonight...we felt like we were back in the hustle of NYC.