Holiday Inn Jacksonville E 295 Baymeadows

Address: 11083 Nurseryfields Drive, Jacksonville, Florida, 32256, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 11083 Nurseryfields Drive, Jacksonville, is near Mandarin Park, Windsor Parke Golf Club, and Urban Golf.
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    Travel Blogs from Jacksonville

    Goodbye Ponte Vedra, Hello Atlanta

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jun 24, 2015

    ... and begin our drive to Jacksonville Airport. We got there pretty smoothly, we dropped our car off and walked back into the terminal to pick our new car up. We were given the exact same Nissan Versa, this time a dark grey one (much nicer). By the time we leave its 1pm, and we hit a few hiccups because my navigation skills failed us within the first 5minutes of the drive. We get back on track and off to Atlanta we go. ...

    Last day in Ponte Vedra

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jun 23, 2015

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    ... taking up too much space in our bags. We spend all morning sorting this out and decide to head to Walmart as we hadn’t walked into one yet since getting to the U.S. We have fun exploring all areas of Walmart and end up walking out with some lunch supplies in order to go home.

    We get home, have some BBQ chicken sandwiches/salad for lunch, and spend the rest of the afternoon ...

    Jacksonville Drive and Shark Tooth Hunting

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... town. We got home and relaxed for the afternoon before heading out at low tide (around 6:30-7pm) to go shark tooth hunting.

    We get to the beach and begin our shark tooth hunting experience, the beginning of our hunting was dry and we weren’t having much luck, however uncle Rob found the first one. It was a weird brown shark tooth, and after seeing what it looked like it was much easier to know what I was looking ...

    10 Things to do in Florida on a PhD Student Budget

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 14, 2015

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... admit I am a US citizen and thus should be supporting the US, but Germany is my first home and Australia is my current home, so I can’t help it. Anyway, we’ll see how things go over the next several weeks.


    10. Enjoy the wildlife


    Florida not only has the most pygmy hippos of any place in the world (in captivity, let’s hope there are more left in the wild!), but they also have a cornucopia of their own amazing and ...

    How significant is the software patent to competit

    A travel blog entry by dennissrusty on Sep 25, 2013

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    ... in this domain so patents appears to be important. Despite the amount of objections and counter arguments against the advent of software patents, these still remains in pressure in all the main developed nations like United States. The fact is that it gives the software start ups a fine number of benefits, which is or else not promising via the other similar laws like copyrights. It helps the start ups to gain a competitive advantage ...