Quality Inn Historic
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... party, we parted ways and continued south, driving to exit 305 in Florida where we fueled up and parked overnight at a truck stop. Since we were just stopped overnight, we decided not to extend the slide outs, which meant that we were not going to sleep in the bigger bed. Piper took the loft, Darin took the bottom bunk and I took the couch. Penny is on a dinette bench. Sleep ...
... it helped that we could keep our complaints about the coldest February in history in the right perspective.
Just in case we forgot, our friends visiting from Canada reminded us with each new arrival how lucky we are to be here.
Last year we said we wanted a guest bed and bath so friends could drop in. We invited many and some took us up on the offer. First up were Doug and Marg who are quite familiar with St. Augustine. We ...
... them again. Their check-in procedure is chaotic!), go through security, and locate our gate. There's no place like the Pittsburgh Internat.Airport!
We located a good bar/grill and had really good sandwiches for dinner.
Our flight to Santiago, Chile leaves at 11:54pm. We should arrive there about 10am Sat. Feb 14th. Our flight to Buenos Aires does not leave until that afternoon at 5:15pm to arrive at ...
After a restful night, we got up and went back to Jaybirds for breakfast. We came back to the room to load the car and checkout of the hotel. We parked the car across the street and walked to the fort in old town. Turns out that this fort is part of the national parks device so Don could use his park pass to get is in. There were a fair amount of people there with more coming in as the morning wore on. ...
... Bonaventure Cemetery is one of the most famous graveyards because of the ornate headstones and sculptures. We stopped for a quick bite to eat and then made our way to this large cemetery that abuts he intercoastal waterway. It is filled with century old trees hung with Spanish moss and although there are a few paved roads, most of the graveyard is small sandy lanes and paths between family plots. Many families have surrounded their ...