La Quinta Inn & Suites Port Orange / Daytona
Travel Blogs from Port Orange
Thanks to our dear friends, Marty and JJ, we got to Sanford International Airport in plenty of time for our 7:00 pm flight to Reykjavik. Then on to Munich and Salzburg by train and finally to our B&B by a little after 6:00, Austrian time on Thursday, ...
Today we went to the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse built in 1887. Surrounding the lighthouse are the original keepers' dwellings with historical artifacts. ( a lot of the tools there reminded me of my Dad) We climbed 203 steps to almost the top of 165 ft Lighthouse and got to walk around the top balcony. Fantastic views of Dayton Beach area and the Inlet areas. David loved it especially looking over the edge....lol NOT!!!! I got some excellent photos, and it ...
... for another night here as it a beautiful area so much to see here, tomorrow we will go sight seeing. Went out for dinner another down pour just like last night but this time we waited in the car until it was over,we went to a cool restaurant with cars cut in half for booths, called "Cruisin Cafe" .... very Daytona car racing ...
... to his music, I admired the beautiful clear sky and brilliant galaxy of stars all around me. I got his attention on our new headset system and shared what I was observing. We both agreed that the brilliance would only get better as we traveled west on our journey. We rolled into Daytona at 11:15. We are so blessed that we have a great crew at Martek to take care of everything so we can take this time ...
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We headed towards the beach in the evening. Boy I got to say it was beautiful. I never expected Daytona to be so beautiful. We spent out evening strolling thru the Pier area and then ended up speeding a long time ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services