Comfort Suites at the World Golf Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Florida after the Easter season, known in Spanish as PASCUA FLORIDA. This newly claimed territory extended north and west to encompass most of the known lands of the North American continent that had not been claimed by the Spanish in New Spain (Mexico and the Southwest). In the following half century, the government of Spain launched no less than six expeditions attempting to settle Florida; all failed. In 1564 French Huguenots (Protestants) succeeded in establishing a fort and ...
This has been a fun few days, but it has come to an end and it is time to head home and back to the real world.
I had my last day of "room service" breakfast for this trip and I like having people. Check out my breakfast. Not too shabby.
We packed the car and said good-bye to Bob. We were hoping to see Bart's group this morning but they ...
Jack and I had a good run to Jacksonville from Bozeman. Made it all the way to Lawrenceburg, TN the first day. We were really beat after 10 hours of flying, but It was just too hard to give up those tailwinds. After a quick over nite at the hospitable FBO in Lawrenceburg, we made it to Herlong Field in JAX by 10 AM. So now sporting a new 3 bladed CS prop from ...
Day Four - Tampa - 2015
Jerry got up around 6 and I stayed in bed until 6:15 but I was cold and knew I couldn't go back to sleep so I got on up. We both weighed and darn it we continue to gain weight. Although I have admittedly gained weight I don't think the scales are correct. I weighed several times today with heavy clothes and without and weighed the same. Oh well.
Jerry hooked the ...
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The first brown sign we saw was for Fort Matanzas. This small fort was built one a small island at the mouth of the Matanzas Inlet, south of St. Augustine. It was built in 1740-42 as Spain's last effort to keep the British out of St. Augustine. We had arrived at the visitors complex minutes after the ferry boat/guided tour had departed at 11:30 and since the next one wasn't for an hour and a half, we just looked ...