La Quinta Inn Daytona Beach/International Speedway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Carolina. That will probably be the last stops that will include visits with family. From there on, we are going to be on our own.
Cheryl and I decided that it was time to hit the road as both of us were tired from getting an early start today. We will be packing up and heading out tomorrow. We suspected that with this being Memorial Day weekend, the RV park would be much busier when we got back. Sure enough, all of the empty spaces in ...
... Of course, you can’t just go into a Dunkin' Donuts and not leave with something, right? I thought the cinnamon rolls looked really good so I figured I should find out for sure. It was really good!
Cheryl had been home getting the refrigerator and freezer loaded, doing laundry and making some gluten free ginger cookies. I guess I got the better deal for the morning even thought it was a bust as far as seeing any trains ...
... the in the pictures, the sky on the inland side was quite cloudy, with thunder heads building. The weather report did call for afternoon thunder storms, and I believe that the meteorologists might just be right on this one.
We got home and knocked all the sand off of us before we went inside. Unlike west coast sand, this stuff is like powder. It is very fine sand and it sticks like mad. I guess we will be vacuuming again soon.
... we'd spend whatever sun time we had at the pool. By 1 it was still hot, 96F, but we could see the clouds coming. Went to the Daytona Speedway to take a tour. Paid $32.00 and hopped on the trolley. We drove to the track, the driver got out and said there's where you can go if you are riding, over there is food, I'll be back in 30 minutes to pick you up. What? No info? Doesn't a tour normally take you to a few area's and give you the history? ...
... Hillary and I all started with a Landshark beer. I had never had one before. In fact, I had never heard of Landshark before. It was served with a slice of lime. It really reminded me of a Corona.
We began our lunch with a half-pound of Gulf shrimp. It had some sort of Caribbean sauce in which it had been marinated and cooked. It was served with melted butter and regular cocktail sauce. It was the best tasting shrimp I have ever ...