Howard Johnson Inn-Historic St Augustine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and finished packing and prepping the house to leave. While Penny is going with us, the cats are not. With cats and plants fed and watered, we hopped in and headed out. Tally-Ho! The drive was fairly uneventful. We made our first fuel stop about an hour north of the GA state line, then stopped for dinner at the first exit in GA. My cousin Jessica and her family are on their ...
... by all, see accompanying photos.
After Doug and Marg moved on to Kissimmee, Rick and Ardeth arrived for the week. They plied us with culinary delights and put Annette under a lot of pressure to equal the gastronomy. As always she rose to the task, without much input from me, no BBQ damn! Ask her about her latest creation, called Tequilla chicken. We engaged in all of the above activities, see accompanying cannon photos, and ...
... them again. Their check-in procedure is chaotic!), go through security, and locate our gate. There's no place like the Pittsburgh Internat.Airport!
We located a good bar/grill and had really good sandwiches for dinner.
Our flight to Santiago, Chile leaves at 11:54pm. We should arrive there about 10am Sat. Feb 14th. Our flight to Buenos Aires does not leave until that afternoon at 5:15pm to arrive at ...
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. ...
... and a lovely young student conducted our tour.
Hopping back on the trolley, our last stop was the new St. Augustine distillery housed in the old ice house of the town. We toured this young business that started only 2 years ago and tasted the craft vodka and gin they now produce. They are still aging their whiskey and rum, but it should be ready for consumption soon. Since it was cocktail hour, we made a ...