Red Roof Inn Palm Coast

Address: 10 Kingswood Dr., Palm Coast, Florida, 32137, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 10 Kingswood Dr., Palm Coast, is near Hammocks Beach, Ocean Hammock Golf Club, The Grand Club Pine Course, and Grand Haven Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Palm Coast

    On the way to Daytona Beach

    A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 10, 2015

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    ... locked and it appeared that the hotel next door could access it but "El Carib" was caged-in. Probably to protect the poor unsuspecting folks on the beach. When we went our room which looked liked a disaster and smelt really bad. No balcony and the only view was of the car park. Jonathan took one look and we went back to the nice lady at the reception who couldn't help us. Disappointed we called Priceline that had me pressing buttons, dialing confirmation number, phone ...

    Day 16 - Biscayne Bay NP

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    ... birds and a few fish and hit the road North Several of you have asked about the weather and the hurricane impacting South Carolina. So far our weather has been wonderful, with just a few scattered rain showers here and there. We ended our day in northern Florida and will hit the Carolina's tomorrow. It appears the rain is now over, so we'll see how the roads and parks faired tomorrow. T rip Totals National Parks: 13 Miles Driven: 6200 States Entered: ...

    Day 15 - Monday Oct 5th

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    ... of this NP is underwater, it is well worth the visit. The history of the fort, the role it played in US history going back to the civil war, and the shear size and unbelievable construction of this building out in the middle of the ocean, made the visit very memorable. After 4 or so hours touring the fort, walking on deserted beaches and even a little snorkeling, we head back to Key West. Once we arrived back in Key West, we walked, shopped and ate (and ...

    Home at Last!

    A travel blog entry by pyoots on Aug 15, 2013

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    Hello My Traveling Companions,

    Arrived around 4:30 PM and everything looked lush and flourishing. It's a miracle what a little nitrogen in rainwater can do to plants and foliage. WOW!

    Sorry for the delay in finishing this segment as needed projects came up and had to be handled. Our house on wheels is doing well and it needs to be serviced and some minor repairs to be fixed in the driveway before storing ...

    An interestesting Day...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Mar 13, 2013

    Our drive yesterday was about two hundred and fifteen miles. We got an average start, at about nine thirty AM. The traffic on Hwy 1 was heavy. We had to take this road in order to find a place to get gas. We finally found an easily-accessible station and got it done.

    Our next challenge was finding a route inland to I-95, so we could make some time. This proved a bit of a challenge, since the signs ...