Howard Johnson St. Augustine/ I-95
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We only slept here but it was comfy and warm enough
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Well... It was a rough start to the day as Eric managed to drop the ball by leaving his glasses in the rental car he turned in. Shhh! Don't tell Lisa! Good news is that Eric has prescription sunglasses - so he can see - sort of;( So Eric spent a bit of time today trying to figure out how to get his glasses back without causing a major issue in the travel schedule. It all worked out - no one could find the glasses so no set backs except that I can't see ...
... from a a week at Disney and they stopped at the same exit for dinner. After a quick meal, we all piled in the RV for a little birthday celebration. Her oldest, George is turning 3 in 2 days, so I had purchased a small cake and we unwrapped gifts. We gave George a toy RV and 2 books and they gave me a necklace made of beads that were made from Disney park maps. Cool! After ...
... afternoon of fiercely competitive bowling and one day of bronze God sun bathing And light house stair climbing ( 219) to the mix. Oh and the lure of the outlet mall as well, where I splurged on a Tommy Bahama shirt. My first such luxury and it lost a button the first wearing. Amazingly Ardeth has eyesight still capable of treading a needle!
They moved on to Dunedin and we turned the room around for Trish and Bill, fresh from ...
After a restful night, we got up and went back to Jaybirds for breakfast. We came back to the room to load the car and checkout of the hotel. We parked the car across the street and walked to the fort in old town. Turns out that this fort is part of the national parks device so Don could use his park pass to get is in. There were a fair amount of people there with more coming in as the morning wore on. ...
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We then headed downtown again to explore for a few more hours before continuing our journey south. We found metered parking a few blocks from the waterfront in the historic downtown district on a residential street. The homes are so lovely and well kept. Not all of them are grand and stately but they all do have lots of charm and character. Throughout the area you can find detailed cornices, wrought ...