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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... a traditional four-year arts and science degree program. The second of his hotels, the Alcazar, has since 1948 contained the Lightner Museum, (and in 1973 the City of St. Augustine municipal offices). The third Flagler hotel, originally called the Casa Monica, stood vacant for thirty-five years before St. Johns County converted it for use a county courthouse in 1965. In 1999, under private ownership, the building was restored to its original function, and is now the only one of ...
... in Deland, we loaded up the Grumman Tiger and headed northwest. The tailwinds we enjoyed coming south were now against us, and the trashy weather in north Florida meant filing IFR to get out of the state. Made it back to Bozeman after an overnight in Kearney, KS. When we taxied in at Kearney, the EAAs B-17 , "Aluminum Overcast" was sitting on the ramp to great ...
... side up. Lunch was really good, now time to move on. We did some window shopping and Tricia and Trey went in search of the Oldest Schoolhouse and to see some of Old Saint Augustine. It started to rain so we hot footed it back to the car and made it just as the skies opened up and it poured rain. Whew, dodged a bullet there. We decided to ride south on A1 to check it out. We got close to Palm Coast and turned around and headed ...
... was an absolutely stunning, calm, cool morning and being out on the water was both peaceful and beautiful. We saw heaps of dolphins (some were even swimming and playing right next to the boat), pelicans, roseate spoonbills, ibis, herons, southern stingrays, and wild horses on Cumberland Island (Georgia).
Needless to say, without wind we were unable to sail but we decided to motor around for a few hours since we had gone to all the trouble of planning ...
... harder, we all know how your full-time job with Mom became more difficult too. There is no doubt that Mom knew how much you loved her and did everything and anything to make these last few years less painful and lonely for her since Daddy died.
Being the baby, Mom always teased that the reason I was here was because my dad had to prove himself one more time after he had major surgery. Mom always referred to her kids as 'my son and my three girls'. I was ...