Hampton Inn & Suites Jacksonville South-St. Johns Town Center Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to learn it. So thank you Abba Father. Thank you for continuing to refine me, sharpen me, and mold me for your purposes. I was instantly at peace again once I was home and I know I obeyed God's gentle nudging in coming home. I'm so excited for the trip to New Orleans and I'm excited to see what doors God opens between now and then. Please continue to pray for me and the incredible people I met while in ...
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... One of the sisters didn't want to be in shot but a brother was keen to be seen...
The people I met before and after the meeting were very nice to me and one sister, Martha Youngblood, took an interest in my trip. I told her I'd be going to Savannah in Georgia a day or two later and she told me her sister lived there.
Martha gave me her sister's phone number and more or less made me ...
... night. As many left the stadium, we stayed seated to see the fireworks display. As the pyrotechnics came to an end, out came 'Elvis'.
Even though Zoe and Hayley both knew that he wasn't the real King of Rock'n'Roll, we stayed to sing along to his songs.
Another enjoyable Summer evening. We are going to miss paying a few dollars a ticket to watch the baseball in the heat when we leave.
... detail the area's history, proudly announcing itself as 'The First Coast', being the earliest part of the North American land mass discovered and inhabited by Westerners. The Spanish explorer Jose Ponce de Leon landed here on April 2nd 1513 - Easter Sunday - in the nearby town of Saint Augustine, displacing the local Timuqua Indians and naming what he thought was a large island as La Florida, the Place of Flowers, due to all the tropical vegetation. Owned by the ...