La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Augustine
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... ever been truly broke. Similarly, if you have ever suffered through a period of extreme hardship of any kind, you are more able to enjoy and appreciate life post hardship. In my experience in schools, parents worked overtime to shelter their kids from hardships of any kind, up to and including failing a test. I don't think they did their kids any favours by not letting them fail or suffer a bit.
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... on the Social Register with names like Rockefeller and six American presidents during its time. Flagler built the railroad from New York City to St. Augustine and eventually extended it all the way to the Florida Keys. He built hotels all along the railroad line to house his passengers. However, the Hotel Ponce de Leon's 450 guest rooms were very exclusive. It was only open from January to April every year and each ...
... base at the bottom, cementing it all together with a sand & crushed shells mortar, they even used dove tail joints on the corners, amazing!
Built in 1888 by railroad magnet Henry Flagler the Hotel du Leon was, according to the brochure "where presidents stayed & inovators played" "an exclusive oppulant playground for the worlds most priviledged elite". It is now ...
... geared to recreation for the campers, ie pickle ball, pool aerobics. We met some very nice Canadians in the park...we must be getting lonely. The weather also changed and we had high 70s and 100% humidity. We spent a whole day at the Kennedy Space Centre, the Apollo/Saturn 5 centre, the Atlantis, the IMAX about The Hubble telescope. Plus ...
... the only such display in one place in the world.
Great Down Under/Kokodo Dragon
*albino alligators – out of the bayous of Louisiana.
*red ruffed lemurs – native to Madagascar. They are beautiful, playful as they swing and dart through the branches using their long black tails. Deep red fur and striking eyes make this endangered species one of the most ...