Days Inn Neptune Beach
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... is one of God's greatest gifts to me). I was at peace while serving in New York; uncomfortable but at peace. I could not find peace in Germany and thus decided to cut my mission short. The night I decided to come home early was the only night I slept peacefully the whole trip. I love Germany and I love the people I met but God had a *********** I needed to learn. It took me flying thousands of miles ...
... it's work, work, work, and write, write, write. Whose idea was the PhD thing, anyway?!?!
Meanwhile, I leave you with this cute photo I took the other day at the Tampa Lowry Park Zoo of Zsa-Zsa (mom) and Zuri (7-month old calf).
And if anyone in the USA is bored, I have plenty of (smelly!) samples you can come help me organize and analyze, but please don't all volunteer at once.
Thank you so much,
... it was a 10 year old battery so the fact that it lasted this long, especially with the way we use it, is pretty impressive. Without the battery, we had no radio, fridge or sink power so we had to stay at a campsite for the evening. We found a nice family run place in Yulee and stayed there for the night. Florida gave us the weather we have been waiting for and we spent that whole evening in shorts and slept with our windows open. It was so refreshing to finally be warm and ...
... Another perk about the marina was its convenient location to historic downtown St. Augustine. At least it was within biking distance so First Mate explored this area for a couple of days while the Captain worked on the boat. While the building and alleys were interesting and steeped in history, there were so many people walking the streets of St. Augustine that it was a challenge to just navigate them and forget going into the shops. It was far easier and more pleasant ...
... stark contrast to the stress of the first couple of days of this week. On Monday I returned, in the pouring rain, to the Guardroom at the main gate to sort out my security clearance. In an annoying twist of fate, I spent over an hour there banned from going back on base, as no one had heard about me in the security office. After telling me I wasn't allowed on base, the woman was ready to see the next person in line and seemed genuinely confused by my question of ...