Country Inn & Suites St. Augustine Downtown Dist
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... or balconies, turrets, and gingerbread trim work. The other lovely thing is that the town was established on a grid pattern and every block has a small park with the houses surrounding it. Sometimes there is a monument and other times just large trees and small benches to enjoy the shady quiet.
We walked uptown to see what could be seen and found Paula Deen's restaurant The Lady and Sons. It was busy and the menu outside ...
Today is the day! Jonathan, Keith, Charlie and I are heading to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Jonathan and I did some grocery shopping last night and all I have to say is we are set in the snack department. Dropping Baxter off at Pet Paradise this morning was, as usual, a little sad. He didn't fuss but I got "The Look" as he rounded the corner out of my view. I am picking up the van at 12:30 after work then off we go! Stay tuned for more interesting posts and ...
Very stormy day in Charleston, SC today (and for the last 3 days in a row); and forecasted to be stormy right through Wed. So making today a driving day!!!
Charleston is affectionately known as "the low country", because the streets pretty much flood and close down whenever it rains an inch or more. Brilliant.
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Today was picture perfect moment on the water in St Augustine Florida. Not a lot of tourist to fight in lines and easy to find the boat. As I purchased my tickets at the city Marina we quickly boarded the Captain Jack light house ferry. The boat clean, safe and very comfortable for my mother. They had wine, beer, and sodas onboard. I would definitely visit them again! They have a website called www.floridasaintaigustine.com Ghost boat in st Augustine ...
A very early get up catching the sunrise at 6am, we left the motel to go to the harbour. We boarded the Jubilee deep sea fishing boat. The sleepiness fading we propelled out of the harbour into the Gulf of Mexico, travelling along the coast line for an hour also. We dropped line with our special deep sea fishing rods and stinky squid attached, plummeting 100ft to the sea floor. Within seconds Josh had a catch reeling it in, it was a lady fish, to small for consumption, chucked ...