The Seaside Amelia Inn
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... by Birkenstock for wellness and comfort. The first footbed was made from latex and shock-absorbing cork. This German shoemaker made it. The design of the insole is made to the shape to the person's foot, and over time, it molds to the person's actual foot shape. Each one of these sandals and shoes provide some great arch support more so than other footwear. There many designs that feature footbeds that can be gotten rid of, which extends the ...
... c.1830 which is a fantastic example of colonial living) and the beautiful First Baptist Church. But do not miss St Augustine's (just south of Jacksonville) and technically back in Florida. This town legitimately claims the status of the oldest town in the USA and is designed for teaching tourists a bit of USA history - right back to fighting the French and Spanish for rights to the land. Claimed celebratory meal with the soldiers ...
On October 11th, we transitioned to Jacksonville, FL. We had hoped to get to visit friends Nola and Stuart Davis while we were there, but they were out of town.
We pulled out our BBQ Joints book and found "Shack by the Track" in St. George, GA. On Sunday, we drove over and had lunch. The place literally sits right next to the railroad tracks. The owners bought the place and opened an ice cream stand, but found that ...
... you more cautious and humble. And, mother ocean demands respect.
It probably needs to be mentioned that the ICW was now basically a marked channel through tidal river systems, meaning we would be far more protected from winds. And for this day's journey, the ICW would follow the Indian River and later the Halifax River, taking us through multiple cities and towns, many of them intimately connected and dependent upon the space industry. It was a thrill to pass through ...
... many cycle paths on the Island. These are in great condition and so I meander through wooded routes and skirt past well prepared golf courses. There are cycle lanes on the main roads too.
At the bottom (South) of the Island are 2 bridges, which cross the Nassau Sound. The old bridge is no longer used by cars, but is a favoured spot for anglers. There's loads of them. So with the old bridge behind me I head ...