Extended Stay America - Daytona Beach - International Speedway
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... driveway, we had our first inkling that some changes were in the offing.
During our absence, daughter Holly, her boyfriend Troy, and grandson Leighton had not only remodeled our guest bathroom, but had installed a new patio door and floor tile in the family room, a new A/C wall-unit in the family room, and laid new tile on the walkway to the front door!
On top of that, although it was difficult to get a true sense of it until ...
On our journey north to Savannah, we decided to stay in Daytona for the night. This is a short stay. We are in a motel on the world famous Daytona beach which is great, for only $30 each for the night.
the first thing we did when we arrived was go for a long walk down the road to the local mall. We got subway for dinner, then walked back along the beach. We saw the Daytona speedway on the way in. It is one mammoth venue.
We then spent a good hour ...
... lovely surprise. We might catch up with them later next week.
We had a lot of driving to do that day as we planned to be by Loretta that evening so our rest and lunch stops were kept to a minimum. We arrived in Madison Virginia just after 20.00 in the last of day light. Loretta met us at a gas station and then we followed her to her log cabin in the woods. It is absolutely magic in the forest of Virginia.
... I thought I was going to have to pay the full $15 as I was heading all the way north. But the GPS took me off the freeway at the $6 mark. That free way went to Orlando. Of course. It was aimed at the tourist heading to the theme parks. Capitalists. I turned off the highway towards my destination, Cape Canaveral. I head from the solid land and into a marshy landscape. The waterway opened up and I crossed a bridge over a wide bay. The foliage was more like shrubbery and I ...
We shrugged off our sea legs and headed north up the coast of Florida from Ft. Lauderdale. We drove to the International Speedway at Daytona Beach, home of the Daytona 500, to view the track from the grand stands. NASCAR founder, Bill France, opened the racetrack in 1959. It is a 2.5 mile speedway with a 3.56 mile infield road course.
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