The Seaside Amelia Inn

Address: 2900 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina Beach, Florida, 32034, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2900 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina Beach, is near Fort Clinch State Park, Amelia River Cruises & Charters, Amelia River Excursions, and Amelia Island Museum of History.
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    Travel Blogs from Fernandina Beach

    It's Finally Here

    A travel blog entry by angielajolie123 on Jul 17, 2015

    ... there is only ONE Starbucks that is miles from my gate. So I'm relying on sheer willpower alone to keep myself up until I get to Chicago.

    This whole wifi thing is also going to be pretty tricky. Airport wifi sucks and using my LTE hotspot is going to eat up a HUGE chunk of my data plan so we'll see just how often I'll be able to blog while in transit.

    Spirits are high! Until Chicago--


    Jacksonville, FL

    A travel blog entry by judyinocala on Jun 26, 2015

    3 photos

    ... extravaganza. Aaron was to be included in this event, but he steadfastly refused. Last year we took him, but when they told him he couldn't jump on the same trampoline as Rachel (one kid per square), he had a total meltdown and Karen eventually had to take him home. We thought he could handle it better this year, but remembering last year's experience, he would have nothing to do with it. ...

    Goodby Florida!

    A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jun 13, 2014

    35 photos

    ... 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 ...

    I'm a good boy !!!

    A travel blog entry by rhidianmorgan on Apr 02, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Great Island

    A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Jan 07, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... we were in luck and on the first of each month the do a reenactment. In 1842 the US Government purchased a tract of land on the northern end of the island, at the Florida-Georgia border. A military installation was to be built on the property, to guard the mouth of the St. Mary's River, protect coastal and interior shipping, and defend the deepwater port of the ...