Red Roof Inn Kingsland
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... the right size tool to take off the cap). Ten minutes later we hit the road (6:30). Yes, Terry was the one up at 5am and ready to go. I could not believe that we made it thru Atlanta with no backups or accidents. Sailed thru during lunchtime!! We just gained an hour and now we have to climb mount eagle. Got to Nashville during rush hour and decided to stop north of Bowling Green so we traveled a little north and found a very small nice campground in Cave ...
It's been a year of planning and BAM here it is the 23rd of July 2013. Almost a year ago this trip was conceived and now it's time to hit the starter and hit the road. My bags are packed, the bike looks beautiful and runs even better. Every detail is in place ...now it's just time to ride.
Amelia Island Florida is where I live and it's beautiful. I strongly encourage you to visit there sometime! The beaches, resorts and food are great and I am blessed to live there. On this ...
... everywhere and none were too shy to get familiar with. We saw deer, horses, turkeys, skinks, crabs, and and lots of frogs. BUT NO SNAKES and the bugs weren't bad. A young deer even snuck up on us and hung around for a bit while we took some pictures.
After exploring for a while, we headed back to the campground for some lunch and little rest. It was about 90 degrees with 90% humidity on the island so it was easy ...
... 8217;t have to take Florida history in school – never would remember all that!
After we left Fernandina, it was a short hop to St. Marys, GA. Yep, we finally left Florida. St. Marys (without the apostrophe), is another quaint town on the coast with a rich history. It’s here where tourists catch a ferry to go to Cumberland Island, a National Seashore. The modern history of Cumberland Island is that it was once the winter home of ...
... go up stairs due to repairs to the floor & ceiling, so we went to the other rooms inside the house which can only be seen during the tour. Then the tour finished.
Mum and I went and got souvenirs from the visitors centre. We then met up with Dad and Zoe and went to see the adjacent kitchen. In the Kitchen house we saw things from a long time ago. There were shackles for naughty slaves, a butter churn and a cotton gin. We finished the day by walking around the garden ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center