Staybridge Suites Jacksonville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... access to a VIP area of Retiro Bus Terminal with AC, a restaurant, and lounging couches. Here I had my first Argentine beer in 17 years - sorry mom and dad, but it's the truth. It was good to rest up before the bus ride and relax. I had read a lot about the buses in Argentina being the best of the world and even my second class ticket did not dissapoint. My seat was like an armchair and while the ride was long, it was ...
We went out on the ocean over night passage. Chantal did 6pm to 12am while Brendan slept. Then B did 1am to 7am. and landed in Fernandina Beach Florida! Doing an ocean passage was pretty boring without each others company. The water was calm, stars ...
... of focus on fast cars. Also a pretty depressing place in many ways looking hot, dry and tired. The beach itself was mile after mile of flat straight beach with a never-ending road lined by pretty unattractive homes (mainly newer builds and gated communities) and condos. A worthwhile detour from the highway.
Arriving in St Augustine was a relief. It sits at the mouth of a harbour and ...
... Last weekend there Cajun cooked up some fried gator tail, gator ribs and gator jambalaya. MMMM MMMM GOOD!!! Once again everybody made dishes and we turned it into a party.
Some of the pictures attached were from cindy and eds dock (most of the fishing ones) which we are thankful to for letting us fish off of. Theres a lot of mixed pics hope you enjoy them.
... detail the area's history, proudly announcing itself as 'The First Coast', being the earliest part of the North American land mass discovered and inhabited by Westerners. The Spanish explorer Jose Ponce de Leon landed here on April 2nd 1513 - Easter Sunday - in the nearby town of Saint Augustine, displacing the local Timuqua Indians and naming what he thought was a large island as La Florida, the Place of Flowers, due to all the tropical vegetation. Owned by the ...