Residence Inn Jacksonville Butler Boulevard
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... six remaining buildings from the colonial era and the reconstruction of some forty additional colonial buildings that had previously disappeared, transforming the appearance of the historic central part of St. Augustine. It was in great part a tribute to such efforts that King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia made this small city a part of their 2001 visit to the United States. In 1964, St. Augustine played a role in America’s civil rights struggle when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led ...
... the road to Daytona.
We stopped for a last look at the ocean and now are on our way home.
We crossed the bridge over the Mantazas River and could see the Yacht Club on one side and St. Augustine College on the other side.
This has been another fun family time. Where to next year??? Time will tell.
Till next ...
... special treat! Not many classic warbirds at our cross-country gas stops;-) Now back in the relatively cool mountain climate after the swelter in Florida, the plan is to get the Highlander repacked and restocked for the trek across the country. I have some work to do on airplanes (Tiger, Highlanders, etc) before I leave, so it may be a couple days before I head ...
... Charles, Bob and I went to McDonalds for dessert and had hot fudge sundaes. Perfect ending to our dinner. Some of the "kids" are going to play putt-putt and some are going on a ghost tour. Sounds like fun. After ice cream, we went back to the hotel to sit on the balcony in Tricia's room. Forgot to mention that when we checked in, they got our room with the ocean view..... Sitting on the balcony was fun but it is time for bed. ...
... with one thing on our mind...when is dinner? Well, that is what I was thinking about. I have no interest in getting in the minds of this group...I think that might really mess you up and force decades of counseling. We were greeted by No. Parula and Yellow-throated Warbler. A bit farther down the road, we arrived at the painted trees signaling where we were likely to see the woodpeckers (I won't go into this again...but...really?). Katie quickly alerted us to a couple ...