Holiday Inn Express - Jacksonville Beach
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Not until 1845 was Florida accepted into the union as a state. The Territorial Period (1821-1845) was marked by an intense war with native Indians, the so-called Second Seminole War (1835-1842). The United States Army took over the Castillo de San Marcos and renamed it Fort Marion. In 1861, the Civil War began. Florida joined the Confederacy, but Union troops loyal to the United States Government quickly occupied St. Augustine and remained in control of the city throughout the ...
Jack and I had a good run to Jacksonville from Bozeman. Made it all the way to Lawrenceburg, TN the first day. We were really beat after 10 hours of flying, but It was just too hard to give up those tailwinds. After a quick over nite at the hospitable FBO in Lawrenceburg, we made it to Herlong Field in JAX by 10 AM. So now sporting a new 3 bladed CS prop from ...
... breaks on the way. For some reason they decided we should dress as cops, so I ended up walking round St Augustine with 5 women, a fake moustache, sunglasses and baton! Make of that what you will, but it wasn't my most masculine of nights. Not only is this a relatively hard situation to explain to your girlfriend, but also like going on a night out with your embarrassing, old(er) sister.; but it was good fun though and St Augustine is a nice little town I'll try and visit ...
... was from Scotland. Yes, I loved her accent. She loved mine too.
What a sweet niece we have, before she left she got Leon two rounds of golf for his birthday which is next Friday, December 6th. We played 18 holes today. How lucky we were. It was very nice and a super course. It started to sprinkle on the 17th hole. I had two pars today, so I'm happy.
... Atlantic Blvd. Most of the restaurants seem to have some sort of live music playing. Al's is packed with people, so I go back to Joseph's, which is fine with me. Joseph's, too, is crowded, but I get lucky and sit at an outside table by the door. I order the calzone with spinach and black olives, drink a beer or two, and watch people walk by as the salty wind blows my face.
The calzone is smaller than the one from a couple of nights ...