Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Jacksonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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This place brought back memories. The only other time I was in Jacksonville, NC was last year when Charlotte got the big snowstorm that had the airport shut down off and on for 4 days (mostly shut down). I got stuck in Jacksonville, NC from Tuesday morning at 8:30 till we left on Friday morning at 11:00. There are only 3 gates at this airport, very …
... a card and reached for my wallet. Uh oh. I guess I left it at home. Well, I guess cash will work.
We are also booked on a sunset sail with these same folks and she said that I could just wait until tonight to pay for both if that was easier. Sure thing. I will keep my cash for now. Man, I hope I remember my wallet later.
The bus was full before tour time so we took off a bit earlier than the 1:00 departure time. When I say full, it held about ...
... t get the concept of merging and will stop until they have an opening before changing lanes.
The second sign was posted just inside the North Carolina line and it said “Burn Headlights When Using Windshield Wipers.” This is only strange because I never really refer to turning my headlights on as “burning” them. I’m sure my east coast friends are thinking, what’s so strange about that. Well, on the left ...
... by the store for a few provisions for our small refrigerator.
Got home and it was nice for awhile and watched the nice weather at the TPC. Terry accidentally opened the refrig so we had to evacuate. He went back in to turn on the roof exhaust fans and the one in the bathroom started and died....#3 item broken.
Many more things break and we may have to head home.
SUNDAY MAY ...
... through the bridge. Some mild panic resulted as the various boats scrambled to stay out of the way. Further along the southbound boats simply moved aside until the barge passed while others asked the tug captain what their move to avoid him should be. The captain's response was usually something along the line of "stay out from in front of me" and "just don't run into me," both of which seemed pretty obvious.
The tug turned to ...