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- Concierge desk
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... tips, boneless breast of chicken, shrimp and pork all sautéed in a hot skillet of extra-virgin olive oil, Spanish onions, green peppers, mushrooms, diced potatoes, chorizo, garlic and splashed with red wine to blend the flavors together. Served with yellow rice.
This was one of my favorite trips with Jordan that I will treasure for life. Thank you for taking the time to join us on our adventure.
Courtney & Jordan
... as a young newlywed couple we were shown items that would get us ready for life and a family. We bought so much cool things and for the lowest price you could believe. For making 11 cents an hour we made out pretty good and they got us setup with an in store credit plan so we could really get or needs and wants. Best part, while you shop you get a free sample of their old style candy! We took pictures of what we bought so be sure to check them out!
Our first adventure in the little trailer. Spiders were abundant !
Beautiful beach, No dogs allowed :( although they did get to play in the water a bit !
Downtown St. Augustine is as always wonderful and dog friendly.
Learned a ton from the first trip. 1. Use tarps 2. Broom 3. Travel a ...
... And I was lucky enough to get a front row seat!
Tom and his wife Brenda invited me to stay with them at their beach-front hotel, and we went out to dinner the night before the event with the professional sky-diving team. The gentleman who would be tandem-jumping with Tom was called Jay and was sitting next to me at dinner; he has over 23,600 jumps under his belt and I would guess he’s in his late 50s. On the other side of me was Dana, who used to ...
... season was 'The Full Monty'. I always made arrangements for mom and Sylvia to sit in the front row so they wouldn't have to climb the stairs. During the last scene of the play, Mom and Sylvia were less than 20 feet from the front of the stage when the four male actors completely removed their clothes and stood proudly naked in their full glory. Later, at dinner, I asked mom if she was uncomfortable with the ending of the play, and she replied, "Why would I be? Nothing I haven't ...