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After flying into Jacksonville from Austin, Texas, my sister, Margaret, picked me up and we proceeded to dinner near the airport at Longhorn Steak House. Then we spent the night in Palm Coast, Florida at the Hampton Inn (located just off I-95 at Exit 289 across from the Cracker Barrel Restaurant). The Inn was a good stop on our trip to Vero Beach.
We had a great day touring St. Augustine, the oldest European city in the United States. We took the trolley around and really enjoyed seeing this beautiful city. Yesterday it rained all day but today was clear if a little cool.
Never knew that the history of United States really started here. This colony started before Jamestown. Ponce de Leon was not looking for the Fountain of Youth, he was looking for gold for the King of Spain.
We spent the weekend in Daytona Beach for the Daytona 500. The Daytona 500 is a 500 mile long (805 km) car race held annually in Daytona Beach, Florida. The first Daytona races were held on the beach. In 1959 the first race was held at the Speedway, which also coincided with ...
the last 4 months where really busy , between Upgrading the Hangar in Ormond Beach , starting Building the Boat Seatta among tausend other things.....
beginning march I will take my 2nd Daughter Cecilia to South Africa to show here all the ...
... never defeated. Interestingly, the walls were known to “eat” cannon balls! This is due to their “coquina” blocks. Coquina is compacted beach shells, sand, water and lime. When shot with a cannon ball, the ball was absorbed into the wall with more or less no damage.
While Dad and I were touring the fort, Mom got my brother and I fun booklet Including an essay. If we wanted to fill them out we could earn a badge. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking