Hilton Garden Inn Jacksonville Airport
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... some of the apes can speak and some cannot. Those that cannot gesture with their hands to communicate, the same way that those in a foreign land who cannot speak the language will gesture to communicate. It was a funny realization after the flight landed that it was foreshadowing my trip. My spanish is not what it used to be, not that it was ever that great! Maxi was kind enough to purchase my bus ticket from BA to Parana and ...
... again and that meant we were finally going to reach Florida. We made our way down the 17 to the A1A on Amelia Island. Since our auxiliary battery was acting up and we knew it was pretty old we went to an O`Reilys auto parts to do a free battery check. They confirmed what we expected and the battery wasn’t charging anymore. We thought we could maybe get some juice out of it by charging it with a charger we bought from Wal-Mart but it just wouldn’t hold enough ...
... for purim, or making kosher-for-passover strawberry ice cream. She could almost always be counted on to bring dessert for shabbos dinner, and if you got a rum cake, you knew you were special.
We didn’t just go to Grandma’s house, she made sure that we were out engaging with the community, especially the arts. She loved to take her grandchildren to the theater, and we all have different memories of various plays, unified by a theme: these were never ...
... room lasting till well into the morning. Visits from the kids, grand kids, steff, aunt debbie, Mitch brandi, beth, brittany, mcdaniel, gwynn and the kids and lil allen were enjoyed. A few boat rides with bobby and Michelle added to the summer.
Had a afternoon storm with a wind gust measured by the ship yard at 95 mph did some damage, i was lucky no ...
... the water...so picturesque. We enjoyed a delicious lunch of lowland gumbo with shrimp and grits. I'll say it again...they sure know how to eat down here..everything tastes so different. After lunch, we strolled down the main street, checking out the stores and the people. On one corner, there was a "God Botherer" as Graeme described him. A grey haired slender man held a Bible in one hand and made sweeping gestures with the other as he yelled at the top of his lungs about ...