Hampton Inn Daytona/Ormond Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... the speedway for organizing a race weekend on my birthday!
Day one motoring from Niagara to Wytheville was uneventful, and we checked into our Charleston hotel by 3 Tuesday. We did the usual strolling the town, sea food at Hyman's, and a stroll troll through the market. Wednesday we finished the market stroll and jumped in the car to visit Fort Moultrie, which guarded the port for over 200 years. It was very interesting to see how ...
... these guys). There must be a code among the birds down here because they do not eat their dead buddies on the beach, there are not a lot which is good.
The other day when Tom was fishing a gull flew into the fishing line (just after we said it was amazing that none flew into the lines - JINX) and his buddies just kinda stopped and hovered around till he got loose and flew off. It was really pretty ...
... can drive on the beach down here between 2 signs - crazy.
There was some kind of competition with the seadoo kind of machines. The weather is nice, but the wind makes it cooler than you would think.
So glad to be in one spot for a week, then we move to our second spot. ...
... an easy drive! It rained all the time and at times it was coming down so hard we had to slow way down to see the road! We saw more lightning and heard more thunder in a day than we've seen in years in SD!
When we arrived at the park, someone in a fancy RV was stuck in the mud on the median! They were going to need a truck to pull them out ...
... water or the boardwalks and the restaurants are a little less touristy. We spent the afternoon driving slowly down the coast and listening to the Patriots football game on our phones. We drove through the town of St. Augustine which was founded in 1565 by the Spanish and is the oldest continuously settled city in the USA. It`s a major tourist attraction and it`s pretty obvious. The place is so built up with museums and amusement parks and tours ...