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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We heard St Augustine's was a lovely historical town & we were not disappointed. The 1739 old city gate provided the only access through the north side of Spanish St Augustine.
This is Castillo De San Marcos National Monument. The Spanish Fort begun in 1672, it replaced 9 successive forts since 1565 & even though England ...
... a guided bus tour out to the launch pad, the vehicle assembly building. It was an expensive day @$50.00 each Even With The Senior Rate but worth it. Very interesting and the buildings and presentation were top notch. Highly recommend it. Expenses: Campsite Hana State Park 2 nites: $68.00 Campsite Seasons in the Sun 2 nites: ...
... fall apart. I found that pretty interesting. We saw people making butter out of lye and lard and other people were shaking up homemade butter in jars as they walked around. There was a band playing bluegrass music and kids trying to play with the old metal ring and stick games. The best part of the whole event was the free food tastings. They had freshly squeezed cane sugar juice and a sampling of old fashioned cooking. We got to try sweet potatoes, biscuits, and ham and ...
... created to offer a lot of room for the toes as well as the sphere of the feet. Birkenstocks also makes full shoes that are traditional along with open back blockages. This brand name of Birkenstock has been checked in time and discovered to always offer support, convenience and still be resilient. You would rather commonly find people using the same pair of sandals after a decade, and this makes the rate paid for it more than worthwhile. shoes shops Ellenton ...
... and romantic meal at one restaurant and caught some terrific live music at an outdoor bar. First Mate also rode her bike nearly every day. The marina was near a beautiful subdivision with live oaks shading the street, with the ICW on one side and a marsh on the other. The marina was also right next to one of the biggest schools for the deaf and blind in this country although First Mate never heard or saw anybody around (bad joke). The school was impressive in size of campus and ...