Hampton Inn Jacksonville/Ponte Vedra Beach-Mayo Clinic Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Beautiful park ! Many places to fish.
Not dog friendly.
Half campsites were on the beach and half on the river.
Riverside has one bathhouse / Air conditioned but not close to all the sites.
Large sites overall.
Rained the first day, flooded 95% of the riverside sites, ours (#54) was the worst with at least 4" of standing water.
No vacant dry spots. Refund issued returned home.
Will try again during dry season. (maybe)
Had a great time. Love cooking on the gas stove ! Had a blast.
Dogs had a blast and were super tired at the end of each day.
Park was adequate. Sites are small and many spiders. Bathrooms are not walking distance. Better sites on first loop on left side as entering park.
... tea, even though he's got a little one month old at home who's not always the happiest of chaps. It was nice to meet the little man and his wife too and have a relaxing evening watching the Oscars. We had steak and chips with peanut butter cheesecake for pudding which was incredible, and I even managed to borrow a screwdriver to assemble my skillet which is now sitting proudly on my kitchen counter. So it's been quite a full on week, but it's been a fun one nonetheless. I'm having ...
... The church we belong to in Bowling Green is also Holy Spirit. The music was great. I believe there was almost every nationality represented. Great when we can all worship together.
Today, Monday, November 25: I got to go to a great body sculpting and core training class at the club. Joy, you will like this, Instead of bands we used men's ties. It worked well. The ...
... to bring the child out to the beach. I understand there are times when you don't want your kid getting covered with sand and salt water. Maybe they were on their way to eat. But don't go to the beach with a five year old if you don't want the boy to get excited and start playing in the sand. My guess is it wasn't a surprise to her, yet she did it anyway. There's some interesting psychology behind that sort of decision.
It is fairly ...