Hampton Inn Jacksonville East Regency Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... getting her hair done, and then capping off the day by going out dancing. Next day, she complained about the lack of men to dance with!! I guess I'd better keep up on my dancing skills. She puts her agility and energy down to exercise but laments that the Curves down the road has closed and she has not found a new gym yet!! Although these three wonderful women have been through many major trials and tribulations in their lives, they are ...
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We explored the town and shops a bit on foot, had lunch, and arrived at the courtyard of Flagler College at 2 pm for our tour. The present home of Flagler College was once the Hotel Ponce de Leon, the most luxurious hotel in the country when it was built by Henry Flagler, the railroad magnate, in the 1880's. It ...
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We went out on the ocean over night passage. Chantal did 6pm to 12am while Brendan slept. Then B did 1am to 7am. and landed in Fernandina Beach Florida! Doing an ocean passage was pretty boring without each others company. The water was calm, stars ...
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She always pushed everyone to be the best that they can be. I have inherited that ...