Fairfield Inn and Suites Palm Coast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... Smyrna (south of St. Augustine) had moved to St. Augustine in 1777. This group, known collectively as MINORCANS, included settlers from the western Mediterranean island of Minorca. Their presence in St. Augustine forever changed the ethnic composition of the town. During what is called by historians the Second Spanish Period (1784-1821), Spain suffered the Napoleonic invasions at home and struggled to retain its colonies in the western hemisphere. Florida no longer held its past ...
... all the Harley's, it looked very out of place. Even though Main Street was closed off to all other vehicles there was very little parking and they were charging between $5 and $7 dollars down some of the adjoining streets which were also closed off the only free parking was on the pavement on Main Street.
There were bands playing to very small crowds and all the shops and stalls were almost empty. ...
... was real at first as it just lay there looking at us.
It was even hotter today and the locals think it's cold and keep telling us there is a real cold front coming for the weekend. We're not sure if they are just trying to wind us up or if they're serious.
If they're right we might just have to have a few beers and sit in the hot tub all ...
... s (Abigail) re-acqauaintance with her grumpa (Papa Bear).
No pictures to send except the one in your mind thinking of Poots being carried out to the motorhome wailing all the way. As soon as I put her down on the sofa, she looked at me and hissed as if to say, Oh No! Not again!
Welcome to the adventure as we visit, celebrate, and explore Gettysburg, NYC, Boston, Niagara Falls, and Maine. Buckle ...
Yesterday, Wednesday, we got an early start on a hike aka walk on the longest trail here at Faver-Dykes Campground. The trail leads to a salt marsh and is actually a hammock, cool and quiet. The plant life here is abundant and amazing. From the stately palms to the ever-present live oaks and the understory filled with saw palmetto, it's a living paradise.
The quiet is what impressed me the most. We heard a few birds, but, as usual, the sound of ...