Sea Shells Beach Club
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Like always this time of the Year it is time to reflect on past 12 months. Im very fortunate having met lots of wonderful People all around the World and take this opportunity to wish them all a very merry Christmas and an very Happy new Year , may it bring to all of you everything you wish and can dream for... For those of other and different Religions I ...
Yesterday started out badly for me. While doing tear down my chair wheel caught the hose and ripped it and the hookup from the trailer - again! Then, to add insult to injury, my chair got caught in the mud - again! Nita had to haul the handy dandy mats over to get it out.
The drive was a relatively short one from Tallahassee to Ormond ...
... the A1A. The 95 is the interstate and filled with tolls and boring driving. The 1 is nice but mostly goes through the town strips so pretty much Wal-Marts and McDonalds and Starbucks everywhere. The A1A on the other hand is where you get the nice views. It's a slow drive but that’s a good thing as you get a chance to look at the beaches and all the humungous houses that line the coast. There are a million places to park and go for a quick stroll ...
... the 10th floor overlooking the Daytona beach and Joe's pier. It was a spectacular view around us, both beach & street side. We had 2 double beds in a large room. It was still warm, 83* and the sun breaking thru the clouds. We made most of it being dry and went for a walk along the beach towards the pier. Andy went in the sea, surf was well up & had some big waves coming in. He didn't go out too far, easily seeing it was rough out there. It was not too far to walk ...
... and did not, other than riding in it! I was also, currently, in the area of the US famous for lightning and had seen very little of it. There were some amazing cloud formations though.
My room at the Mayan Inn is a corner suite (Ha!) it is easy to upgrade yourself when you stay at kinda crummy hotels, with windows facing the eastern and southern horizons. I was sitting at the desk, pecking away at ...