Hampton Inn & Suites Palm Coast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... after a two-month siege, the British troops burned the town and retreated. British attacks continued, however. Plantation and slave owners in the English colonies resented the sanctuary that Spanish Florida afforded escaped slaves who successfully made their way to St. Augustine, which became a focal point for the first underground railroad. There, escaped slaves were given their freedom by the Spanish Governor if they declared allegiance to the King of Spain and embraced the ...
... warranty as my bike was not on there system but suggested I try and get my dealers from the UK to pay for it so I have emailed and await there reply. They also said that the pump will come off without having to drop the engine so I should be able to do it my self the only difficult bit might be replacing the rubber seal. As it was $395 I hope they say yes but it's not the end of the world if not.
... lane to be in and the speed limit would keep changing anywhere from 55 through to 70 in 5mph increments. Vehicles seem to be quite happy to overtake or undertake and swerve from lane to lane without any indication.
71 Deg F and clear blue sky all day. Perfect biking weather, not many bikes on the roads though.
For the Ride back we ...
... to all my fellow traveling companions that didn't miss a beat and enjoyed the ride. We surpassed our expectations on this trip. The Rally at Winnebago was fabulous and our connections with our 2011 Alaska tour companions was heartfelt and special. We experienced our grandchildren graduate from college and high school and shared their happiness and accomplishments. We visited our siblings and we can never get enough hugs ...
... a truck and trailer off the road. It was carrying a load of grapefruit. No ambulance was nearby, nor had we heard any siren, so we assume that the driver escaped safely. Another interesting experience for us.
We found Faver-Dykes campground easily. It's near Palm Coast and also quite near to St. Augustine, our goal. The campground is hidden away in the heavy tree cover and is quite small. Only ...