Days Inn Neptune Beach
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... now, having gone through all that. I like to think my girls are better off too.
Another recurring thought I had in Cocoa, because of my experiences there, was how remarkably resilient older women are. We spent a lot of time with cousins Maureen,Nora and Joan the liveliest octogenarians I have ever met. These ladies make some of our younger friends seem old. Maureen, the oldest - closer to 90 than 80 scurried around all day helping other ...
... at a new cocktail bar and tasted their hand crafted and creative cocktails. We made our way back to our hotel, stopping for some clam chowder to eat in our room and rehashed our day. We really enjoyed seeing St. Augustine and learned so much today. Enjoy our pics.
Tomorrow, we're driving to the Boca Raton area of Florida and will visit our friends, Joe and Sha who live in Boynton Beach. Stay tuned for more fun!
... where bright and the ocean swell gently rocked the boat all night long. We met up with Joanne and Jack (Brendan's parents again and they drove us around all day getting part and provisioning. Their help was so appreciated and nice to have their ...
... to forget about the day.. And thus ended the calamity of a trip to Comachee Cove Marina in St. Augustine.
In spite of our pitiful arrival, we enjoyed the few days we stayed at Comachee Cove. In addition to the pool and restaurant, the marina had two courtesy cars so we drove a car for the first time in many weeks. We drove to restaurants and grocery stores. We drove to the beach. We drove just for the sake of driving. One night, we drove into St. Augustine and had ...
Last night we had some bad weather that kicked up heavy waves and pinned us against the dock. We were on the outside pier, exposed, given that our beam of 24' prevented us from being within the protected portion of the marina. I would have preferred being on a mooring, but the wind was preventing us from pulling away from the dock. There is an opening in the weather this evening, so we are heading out again tonight at 10:00.