Daytona Beach Club Oceanfront Inn
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... got it figured out. It appears that it was quite humid last night and the system was on low, which means we only have half of the cooling power. I reset the system and put it on high and ice cold air came out. Hallelujah!
We headed to my sister's house around noon. Our intention was to get together one more time before we venture north. We had our neighbor Lori package up our mail so we could check for anything that needed to be ...
... at the picnic table and Cheryl talked to Barbara while I confirmed some of the travel tips with Tommy. Cheryl later told me that with the South Carolina accent and the conversation Tommy and I were having, she was having trouble understanding some of what Barbara was saying. They both had pretty powerful accents.
After about 20 minutes Cheryl mentioned we needed to get to the market before our niece arrived. As she did, she got ...
After taking Harley for a walk and a "chase the squeaky toy session", we headed back to the motor home to load up for the beach. The humidity has actually dropped a bit, but the temperature is still on the upward move.
After we got all our beach gear loaded we headed for the coast. It is only about four miles away – less as the crow flies – so it didn't take too long to get there. We actually took the ...
... on the beaches of Daytona. A race course was actually set up on the beach. NASCAR founder Bill France Sr. began planning the track in 1953 in hopes of promoting the racing series. In November 1957, construction began on the 2 ½ mile race track and was completed in late 1958, at a cost of $3 million. The Inaugural Daytona 500 was held in February 1959. Today, the race complex is undergoing a $400 million renovation that is dubbed Daytona Rising.
... not find anywhere busy enough to indicate it was worth eating in on a sat night. We ended up in Tiki bar, where a guy was playing solo live on his acoustic guitar. We ordered bar snacks, breaded mushrooms & onion rings for our tea, obviously with some drinks to accompany them. The sounds were good, we clapped each song, which he appreciated each time. It had been raining hard for a while, but we made most when it eased and left leaving the singer a tip on our exit. ...