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... of laughter, hospitality and telling dirty jokes in the traditional Irish way (did I mention that they are all very Irish).
To close off these random thoughts, I want to address my male friends. Here are 2 experiences that women have not been telling us about, that are perfectly legal, inexpensive and feel great. Go get a pedicure! For $25, you get someone to work on your feet for over an hour. Go for the deluxe version that comes ...
... A bonus was that the Castillo had free admission today because it's MLK day, a national holiday!
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 ...
... could sit & soak up the sun for just a little while!!
Thursday, November 27th was Thanksgiving in the US making it a long weekend so to be sure we had a campsite we booked until the 28th. We don't usually committ but we didn't want to end up in Walmart!! The next challenge we will have will be over Christmas, but as we've no idea where we will be we'll cross that bridge when we get there!
We thoroughly enjoyed our brief stay at Hana State Park just outside of Jacksonville, Florida. We should have stayed longer but we were still looking for warmer weather. Onward to near Cape Canaveral and camping at Seasons in the Sun. The camping clientele is different at the private campsites .....more seniors and retirees and snowbirds. This ...
... or balconies, turrets, and gingerbread trim work. The other lovely thing is that the town was established on a grid pattern and every block has a small park with the houses surrounding it. Sometimes there is a monument and other times just large trees and small benches to enjoy the shady quiet.
We walked uptown to see what could be seen and found Paula Deen's restaurant The Lady and Sons. It was busy and the menu outside ...