Red Roof Inn Jacksonville - Southpoint
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After Doug and Marg moved on to Kissimmee, Rick and Ardeth arrived for the week. They plied us with culinary delights and put Annette under a lot of pressure to equal the gastronomy. As always she rose to the task, without much input from me, no BBQ damn! Ask her about her latest creation, called Tequilla chicken. We engaged in all of the above activities, see accompanying cannon photos, and ...
... stares. Some of these people have a way with staring at you that make your skin crawl. there wasn't much time left before we had to meet the bus to go to the Fountain Of Youth". so we just looked around the little shops and in doing so we came across the little old school house that remined me of the wooden school I went to when I was in the first grade. It was nice to end our time seeing it and to think of the memories.
Once again we ...
... wayJenelle, we saw dolphins in the river.
... and the lights on the river was glistening and was so pretty. There were other tour groups in the restaurant, one group was from Munro, Louisiana another group was from St. Francisville, Louisiana. We will meet up with those two groups again on Thursday night when we go to a a banquet. I am sure that we will have a lot of fun on that night because with those two groups group we're already to party, after all we're from Louisiana. And like I said you ...
... time to escape to the ocean. (And the sand, and that deck on the lawn that always left me with splinters in my knees….) It wasn’t usually a quiet escape, because beach days were usually family affairs. But then, sometimes it was quiet. Those of us older grandchildren will remember spending nights or even weeks at “Camp Grandma”, sleeping on the blue fold out bed, waking up with the sunrise, exploring her old books and pictures, walks and swimming, private ...