Tropical Suites Daytona Beach
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... an easy drive! It rained all the time and at times it was coming down so hard we had to slow way down to see the road! We saw more lightning and heard more thunder in a day than we've seen in years in SD!
When we arrived at the park, someone in a fancy RV was stuck in the mud on the median! They were going to need a truck to pull them out ...
... he likes the challenge of learning something new too. After we found the right battery and ordered it we drove through Jacksonville to get to the A1A. Jacksonville seems to be a very working class city and as it was Sunday, the streets were very very quiet. It took awhile to make our way through the streets but we managed to get through Jacksonville and onto the A1A. I suggest if you ever drive down the east coast of Florida and have time on your hands ...
Nice drive from St. Petersburg to Sanford (Orlando) A few spotty showers, everything working perfect. Arrived @ 1pm for 1:30 loading of bike & 4pm departure Loading the bike was a breeze and handled by Pro's. Motorcycle Board @ 1:30 We Boarded @ 3pm Realizing I had forgot to eat anything this morning, and was driving over lunch, I enjoyed a vending machine turkey sandwich at 3pm with ...
... it all of a sudden brought up the road we were on. Just in time, to take the correct turning on the the greenway belt. It was slightly raining, but it soon turned torrential where we could hardly see in front of us. Bit scary but Andy took it easy and stayed in the slow lane. With me as navigator, we made it to Daytona in an hour and found our hotel after a couple of stops to the wrong plaza or ocean hotel. We checked in and assigned our parking voucher, but had to ...
The drive back home on I-4 was a bit of a nightmare. When we got into the "amusement park area" the four westbound lanes became a parking lot. As the traffic was really choking down I asked Leslie for the rental car company map. I took a quick look and determined we could bypass most of the traffic by taking the next exit, the Florida Turnpike. We had already had quite a bit of experience with the toll booths on some of our ...