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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Travel Blogs from Jacksonville
... got changed and went straight out to dinner at Chilli’s at the Avenue in Powder Springs. We sit down in this booth, order some fajitas to share between 2 people and Mike and Ida get the same thing (because it looks pretty delicious). We all order a round of drinks and the catch ups begin! The food was delicious and we had a wonderful dinner with the both of them.
We get home to Mike and Ida’s and get ...
... starters. Patty- Ann ordered some fried okra for us to try as we’d never head of it, it was so so delicious and it was difficult not to eat it! We ordered our mains and gulped them down quite quickly. After dinner, we decided to go and sit on the restaurant deck along the river where we spent another hour chatting away. It was a beautiful evening, no humidity, relaxing atmosphere and ...
... after we started finding lots and lots and managed a 11x shark teeth in total, go us! Because it was getting dark and we had to get home to cook dinner we head off home.
We get home around 8:30pm and begin making a frittata together. By the time it’s ready we eat at 10pm and it was so delicious that there was no left overs. I am extremely exhausted and head to bed straight after dinner as I could barely keep my eyes open. ...
... when it rains – the road immediately turns into a giant gooey slick-as-snot slip-and-slide. And there are giant ditches all along both sides of the road that are wide and deep enough to hide an entire WWI war regiment. These ditches are designed to catch the torrential run-off water and prevent the road from washing away completely every time it rains. And it rains a lot in the summer in Florida. However, they also pose a significant threat to vehicles when ...
... we roll into town at 4 or 5pm which is just about sunset again so we don't see much that day, apart from the road that is.
That is fine by me, and it's relaxing to just set the cruise control, make slight adjustments to the steering wheel now and again, crank up some American music and watch the scenery go by. It's all been forest and farm land right through Florida which is pleasing on the eyes. The traffic is light, speed high and roads straight. I've already ...