Red Carpet Inn St. Augustine
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... could sit & soak up the sun for just a little while!!
Thursday, November 27th was Thanksgiving in the US making it a long weekend so to be sure we had a campsite we booked until the 28th. We don't usually committ but we didn't want to end up in Walmart!! The next challenge we will have will be over Christmas, but as we've no idea where we will be we'll cross that bridge when we get there!
We thoroughly enjoyed our brief stay at Hana State Park just outside of Jacksonville, Florida. We should have stayed longer but we were still looking for warmer weather. Onward to near Cape Canaveral and camping at Seasons in the Sun. The camping clientele is different at the private campsites .....more seniors and retirees and snowbirds. This ...
... We decided to try the sides as well this time. Sheree had the pulled pork sandwich. Why mess with perfection? We tried the Brunswick stew as a side, a recommended item in this restaurant. It was really delicious! Sheree has never been a fan of lima beans and they were in the stew but you would never know it by the way she finished every last bite in the small cup. Ted tried the ribs with coleslaw this time and said they were ...
... minute walk, found a place that was selling tickets, then headed over to the start point. So we
walked around town on a ghost walk, learning about the history and taking pictures of orbs. There were a few good tales and it was an interesting experience. It was a good way to see the town as we would not have time in the morning and we were lazy in the afternoon. After
the ghost walk we walked back to the hotel and off to bed.
This is the one I remember from my childhood, but I'm sure it was not as busy then as now. This must have been field trip day, there were kids everywhere. Since we have the Senior Pass for the National Parks, it didn't cost us the admission. We walked around, looked at all the sights, trying to imagine life in the 17th century. We walked around there about an hour then went for lunch about 2pm).
After lunch, we made our way over ...