Hampton Inn Jacksonville - I-95 South
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... I flew from Perth to Florida at the end of April, and my lab work officially started last week, ironically on the day of my 40th birthday. What a way to celebrate!
I'm drowning in hippo dung, but things are going well so far. Lots of exciting information will be forth-coming soon! And I am sure I will have time to have an adventure or two while I am here, so there may also be some more fun travel blogs in the future. But ...
... As we wrapped up class - the students gave us a standing ovation - so we patted ourselves on the back. It is clear that "when we put our hands on it, magic happens!" Promptly after class, Eric blindly started driving towards his secret Florida Scrub Jay spot. After a few wrong turns trying to get out of town we realized that Philip sucks as a navigator - remember he's British so he is accustomed to driving on the wrong side of the road so every turn ...
August 2nd we flew back to Jacksonville. This was a truly memorable trip that we would look back again and again in years to come.
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... look her up when I got to Savannah. I'm so glad she did!
I still had to go to the upper reaches of Georgia to visit someone, travelling along the Appalachian Foothills Way I found yet another hall on my path:
Again, a single car in the carpark, there must have been a group out witnessing. I spent the rest of that day driving through Georgia and eventually turned the nose of the van towards Savannah.
... two centuries and fought over by France, the British eventually claimed Florida from Spain in 1763 in exchange for Cuba. The state remained loyal to Britain during the American Revolution but the British grew bored of it, due to its reputation for pirates and American revolutionaries. Eventually in 1818the American Major General Andrew Jackson seized control of Florida and in 1821 the state became part of the American Union with Jackson as governor, naming the city after ...