Residence Inn Jacksonville Butler Boulevard
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... the shoes. The concept behind this favorite shoe began with the concept that shoes had to match the foot's shape. Even though this seems rather simplified, the majority of the footwear does not use this idea. shoes shops Clearwater Arthritis patients, diabetics, and those that have other troubles with their feet have actually had a lot of ...
... or balconies, turrets, and gingerbread trim work. The other lovely thing is that the town was established on a grid pattern and every block has a small park with the houses surrounding it. Sometimes there is a monument and other times just large trees and small benches to enjoy the shady quiet.
We walked uptown to see what could be seen and found Paula Deen's restaurant The Lady and Sons. It was busy and the menu outside ...
... you picked them up. We had a second meal from the leftovers and still have some left in the refrigerator.
On Monday, we took Molly and drove to the Jacksonville beach and headed south, hoping to find a beach that we and Molly could walk on. What we found was that either the beaches did not allow dogs until evening or early morning, or there was no public access to the beach. Finally, a few miles north of St. Augustine, ...
Today is the day! Jonathan, Keith, Charlie and I are heading to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Jonathan and I did some grocery shopping last night and all I have to say is we are set in the snack department. Dropping Baxter off at Pet Paradise this morning was, as usual, a little sad. He didn't fuss but I got "The Look" as he rounded the corner out of my view. I am picking up the van at 12:30 after work then off we go! Stay tuned for more interesting posts and ...
... by race.
The team toured the world, breaking cultural and social barriers along with basketball records. They were the first team to play basketball in Europe. In 1950, Globetrotter Nathaniel "Sweetwater" Clifton became the first African-American player to sign an NBA contract.
In 1959, during the Cold War, the Globetrotters went on a sold-out tour of the Soviet Union. The also had an audience with Pope John XXIII and posted their ...