Travel Blogs from Daytona Beach
... looking down the spiral staircase. We went to the Daytona International Speedway, but didn't go in as it looked like major construction work was under way in preparation for the October car racing events. We drove around Tomoka State Park, an intracoastal waterway were the Tomoka and Halifax Rivers meet. An American Indian tribe called the Nocoroco lived here back in the 16th century. Then to Davids absolute delight we did a little bit of retail therapy ...
Drove to Daytona Beach,no stopping along the way. Nice hotel, right on the beach front. After we got organized off we trotted to the beach for a nice stroll, and a play in the waves, then back to the hotel to lay in the sun on the recliners before having a dip in the pool. Gorgeous day not too hot and the ocean water was so warm. ...
I surprised David with a custom road trip shirt for the trip. We left home at 6:30...Shawna and the grandkids were on hand to say goodbye and take pics of us as we left. We hit light rain briefly and took US 1 all the way into Melbourne to avoid any other rain. We met David's parents at Cheddars for a late dinner and another goodbye and then took I95 North to our first overnight stop...Daytona. While ...
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Daytona, is famous for its NASCAR - the Daytona 500 and also the only place in US where you can drive your car on the beach. So we got a room in front of speedway race track.
... our longing to make each moment count. Spending time with our children makes us wonder how in the world were we able to instill the values, maturity, and love we feel for one another.
And yes, Doctor Steve, we went not only to MIT and Harvard, but drove by Cornell, Notre Dame, and Annapolis. Ahoy, ye mates.
Goodbye for now and God Bless. Not to worry, our next adventure is already being planned! Stay ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility