The Residences at World Golf Village
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We woke up, went straight to the coffee machine, ate breakfast and showered. Uncle Rob was working, so we packed our things up quietly and prepared some road trip snacks. We had to leave at 11am in order to get to Jacksonville Airport by 12noon to drop our rental car off and pick our new one up. So I packed some chicken sandwiches for Aaron and I made a chicken salad so we didn't have to stop for lunch.
We sadly say ...
A late morning wake up around 8:30am, however Aaron was up much earlier and was already out watching the news. I enjoyed a coffee in bed prior to breakfast and showering. Uncle Rob returned to work today, so we decided to run some errands. We had to get to the post office and post some documents home for our passport applications, and post Amy's belated birthday present and some articles of clothing ...
... after we started finding lots and lots and managed a 11x shark teeth in total, go us! Because it was getting dark and we had to get home to cook dinner we head off home.
We get home around 8:30pm and begin making a frittata together. By the time it’s ready we eat at 10pm and it was so delicious that there was no left overs. I am extremely exhausted and head to bed straight after dinner as I could barely keep my eyes open. ...
... Aaron helped clean the pool, I set the tables and cleaned the floors... the usual clean up before people come over. We also head out to the Fresh Market and Publix for our dinner supplies.
People arrived at 5pm and we were greeted by lots of friendly faces. We all stood around the kitchen, ate nibbles and drank our wine whilst getting to know one another. Before we knew it, it was dinner time so we get everything together and put ...
... of Flagler College with the worlds most gorgeous dormintory.
We enjoyed a walk down the narrow shopping streets, with a mix of archetecture and the location of the oldest wooden school house, which by the way was chained down we presume so the wind wouldn't blow it away!
The Spanish first built the sea wall using coquina ...