Courtyard St. Augustine I-95
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... prizes though! Unlike the pub we go to for the quiz who gave us another $30 to spend after we came 2nd again and even won the bonus round!! We all ate and had a drink and with our gift voucher and a tip spent $6 each, so we'll be doing the same when we go back tomorrow hoping to win the $50 grand prize. On Wednesday I had another pretty standard day of clinic- I'm getting very good at dealing with colds and sore throats now, but I'm still not used to ...
... though. I start at 0730 which isn't great fun but it does mean I get to see the sunrise across the river while I eat my breakfast so I can't complain too much. It's been quite sunny this week so my walk in is a nice start to the day and keeps me fit at least. I spend the rest of my morning in the 'Sick Call' clinic; this is where all of the acutely unwell patients come to. They just turn up at the desk (they don't need an appointment) and are seen as soon as we can fit them ...
We had a great day touring St. Augustine, the oldest European city in the United States. We took the trolley around and really enjoyed seeing this beautiful city. Yesterday it rained all day but today was clear if a little cool.
Never knew that the history of United States really started here. This colony started before Jamestown. Ponce de Leon was not looking for the Fountain of Youth, he was looking for gold for the King of Spain.
... didn't have to go on my first day, but definitely by my second, so I made sure I didn't go against her command!) and also scouted out the on base supermarket. It eventually turned out to be hidden behind a B&Q come Debenhams come Bargain Booze all in one shop, but my detour wasn't in vain as I found 1 litre of gin for $10 and a whole aisle dedicated to rum! I went to the shop after finishing work mid afternoon but having had no lunch it ...
... would make us official Castillo de San Marcos Junior Rangers. It took us about 1 1/2 hours to fill the form out. Some of the form questions were the following. What would you do to protect this National Monument? Ask a Castillo de San Marcos Ranger why they liked working at the Monument? After we finished the booklet, we turned them in. We earned the Junior Ranger badge + a Junior Ranger Patch.Tyler and I were so Proud we wore them for the whole day.
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