Sleep Inn

Address: 170 Williamson Blvd, Ormond Beach, Florida, 32174, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 170 Williamson Blvd, Ormond Beach, is near The Casements, Legends at LPGA International, Ocean Walk Village, and River Bend Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Ormond Beach

    On the way to Daytona Beach

    A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 10, 2015

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    Quiet this morning and I was up with the sun as my pancake mattress was a little uncomfortable. Packed up our tent after breakfast and was very well behaved as we did not make noise to wake up the neighbors, although I really did fancy getting a wooden spoon and dinging a saucepan outside their RV. We drove for 7 hours before we arrived at Daytona Beach due to road works. At one point In our journey we were behind a driver after Tallahassee and he was weaving and then went ...

    Day 16 - Biscayne Bay NP

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    After a final walk around Key West to some of the famous tourist spots - Hemingway's house, end of Hwy A1A, and a picture at the Southern Most point in the continental US (just 90 miles to Cuba), we hit the road north. A stop at Biscayne Bay NP was a nice stop, and again we seemed to have the park to ourselves. Most of this park is also underwater, but we saw a few videos at the visitors center, and walked along a few of the boardwalks. We saw a ...

    Day 15 - Monday Oct 5th

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    ... of this NP is underwater, it is well worth the visit. The history of the fort, the role it played in US history going back to the civil war, and the shear size and unbelievable construction of this building out in the middle of the ocean, made the visit very memorable. After 4 or so hours touring the fort, walking on deserted beaches and even a little snorkeling, we head back to Key West. Once we arrived back in Key West, we walked, shopped and ate (and ...

    Day 14 - Sunday October 4th

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    ... see a smaller crocodile cursing in a small watery ditch near the side of the road. The Everglades is huge, and you can only see a very small portion of it via road ways, but what we did see was wild and untouched by humans. The end of the road was a visitor center and marina. I think there were about 10 people and some very deserted campgrounds. It was very quiet and ...

    Night 3: Sick in Savannah

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 28, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... it to lunch at a shrimp and BBQ place, warmed by a fire, I was dizzy. My congestion must have clogged my ears. I gathered my bearings and ate a little, but I told Jessica to drive out of town to I-95. I slept when I could and woke up at the Florida border. We stopped for a rest and I just shivered uncontrollably in the 70 degree air. I slept more. I had a fever. We stopped in Ormond Beach where I collapsed in the bed under a hot rag. That was my day of ...