Residence Inn By Marriott Daytona Beach Speedway/Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our room, bikes riding past the hotel till the early hours and the air conditioning switching on and off. I however ...
... last for 3 months before we would need to buy more minutes, so we can now contact people in USA easily and cheaply. This was a lot cheaper than we had managed to find so far in any of the phone shops.
We headed on down to Main Street in Daytona by this time it was raining very heavily. Daytona was knowhere near as busy as we had expected even with the rain and managed to park our BMW right in the ...
... hour hoping it would not be too hot we were wrong despite a nice breeze it was scorching out on the river, getting the canoe in the river was fun as no sooner than Marcia had got in a snake shot out from the sand and swam past her. After point out the snake to Marcia she freaked and nearly jumped out of the canoe. By the time I had got the camera out it ...
... I begin our explorations at the Visitor’s Center where there is a wonderful pond and boardwalk trail. If only we had been taller, we would have snagged some of the fresh oranges growing in a tree along the boardwalk.
The reserve offers a guided three hour tour in their shuttle bus. One of their goals is to teach participants how to identify a variety of bird species. Perfect for us beginning birders! At a cost of $5 per person, this is ...
... the speedway for organizing a race weekend on my birthday!
Day one motoring from Niagara to Wytheville was uneventful, and we checked into our Charleston hotel by 3 Tuesday. We did the usual strolling the town, sea food at Hyman's, and a stroll troll through the market. Wednesday we finished the market stroll and jumped in the car to visit Fort Moultrie, which guarded the port for over 200 years. It was very interesting to see how ...