Fairfield Inn & Suites Jacksonville Butler Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... remained a tourist town. As Americans took to the highways in search of a vacation land, St. Augustine became a destination for automobile-borne visitors. The tourism industry came to dominate the local economy. The city celebrated its 400th anniversary in 1965 and undertook in cooperation with the State of Florida a program to restore parts of the colonial city. The continuation of an effort actually begun in 1935, what became known as the "Restoration" resulted in preserving ...
... in Deland, we loaded up the Grumman Tiger and headed northwest. The tailwinds we enjoyed coming south were now against us, and the trashy weather in north Florida meant filing IFR to get out of the state. Made it back to Bozeman after an overnight in Kearney, KS. When we taxied in at Kearney, the EAAs B-17 , "Aluminum Overcast" was sitting on the ramp to great ...
... first towed - I am sure. We walked a bit down St. George street then sat a while to people watch. I saw a lot of "What were they thinking when they got dressed?" Apparently, they weren't. I don't think people ever look in the mirror before they leave home. After our rest, we decided to go to Scarlett O'Hara's for lunch. If it involves Scarlett and Rhett, it can't be all bad. I actually think Charles and I have eaten here ...
... beach, a triathlon with ocean swimming, yoga, music, and all kinds of other festivities. So the beach was swarming with people setting up for this momentous event that was attended by several thousand people. Handy that they had a beautiful sunrise as a backdrop to their flurry of activities.
3. Watch a 94-year old D-Day veteran parachute onto the beach
My mother’s long-time close friend and favorite high school teacher, the person ...
... Community Relations Commission to address the challenges of integration and repairing race relations in our then fractured city.
It may surprise you to know that that open-mindedness stayed with her, even during the last few years. A few years ago, mom and her dear friend, Sylvia Lubliner, started treating me to a member's subscription for Players by the Sea at the beach where they also had a subscription. I would drive, and the three of us would enjoy the play, and then ...