Courtyard by Marriott I-295/East Beltway

Address: 9815 Lantern Street, Jacksonville, Florida, 32225, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 9815 Lantern Street, Jacksonville, is near Fort Caroline National Memorial, Timucuan Ecological & Historical Preserve, Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art, and Theodore Roosevelt Area.
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      Travel Blogs from Jacksonville

      A few moments with Andy (Rooney) that is

      A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Feb 03, 2015

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... getting her hair done, and then capping off the day by going out dancing. Next day, she complained about the lack of men to dance with!! I guess I'd better keep up on my dancing skills. She puts her agility and energy down to exercise but laments that the Curves down the road has closed and she has not found a new gym yet!! Although these three wonderful women have been through many major trials and tribulations in their lives, they are ...

      St. Augustine, FL

      A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jan 20, 2015

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... A bonus was that the Castillo had free admission today because it's MLK day, a national holiday!

      We explored the town and shops a bit on foot, had lunch, and arrived at the courtyard of Flagler College at 2 pm for our tour. The present home of Flagler College was once the Hotel Ponce de Leon, the most luxurious hotel in the country when it was built by Henry Flagler, the railroad magnate, in the 1880's. It ...

      To Parana, Argentina in 26 Hours

      A travel blog entry by civilgator on Dec 28, 2014

      3 photos

      ... I'll be updating this blog as often as possible and suspect I'll be writing more after leaving Parana and am traveling solo. There's plenty to talk about but will try not to bore you all. If you want to hear more about anything or see more pictures, I'll be happy to bore you on a one on one basis when I get back :) Thats all for now; I'm planning to write again in the new year before I leave Parana for BA. 12/31 Happy New Year's ...

      Let's get moving!

      A travel blog entry by seas_my_life on Dec 27, 2014

      8 photos

      ... 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 ...

      "C'mon ride the train, hey ride it..."

      A travel blog entry by sam_i_am on May 08, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... we were stopped at that particular moment. If my room had been on the other side of the train, I have no doubt, someone would have spied me in a compromising position. How completely horrifying is that?

      Lesson of the day: Always make sure the curtains are closed before you squat.

      While this rule may not apply to some people who enjoy living in the woods (David), it most definitely applies to me.

      Until next time!

      Samantha



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