Cologne Motel

Address: 220 North US Highway 1, Jupiter, Florida, 33469, United States | Motel
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Location

This motel, located on 220 North US Highway 1, Jupiter, is near Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, Dubois Park, Carlin Park, and Jupiter Dinner Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Jupiter

Back in the U.S of A

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 26, 2014

... I have already forgotten a few. Lets start with the couple I saw walking their dog. The dog was walking, they were in a golf buggy. Oor how about the dude who walked easily up to a handicapped buggy in Walmart. Smiled as he jumped on and headed into the store. Weve seen a 12ft burmese python eating rats. A pet. ( the snake not the rat)
Weve even been to a fair dinkum BBQ. Hanburgers were good. The two locals houses we have been to both ...

All the Way to Jupiter and Back!

A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 10, 2014

48 photos

We spent a fun day with Heidi as she toured us about the Palm Beach area which leads directly to the wealthy world of Jupiter Island. Said to be the wealthiest community in the United States, properties range from a measly $10 million to Celine Dion's getaway for $75 million dollars.

And that was the the reason for our tour... track down Celine's beachfront getaway. Afterall, it's up for sale for (price now reduced) $62.5 million. So, we checked under ...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEON

A travel blog entry by janiebob on Dec 10, 2013

1 comment, 59 photos

... ago).
For my birthday man's birthday, we spent the rest of the day on Juno beach strolling along and enjoying the warm breeze of the ocean. We walked the Juno Pier and watched men fishing off the pier.
Celebrating Leon's birthday, we dined out at the Guanabanas Restaurant; One of Leah's favorites. The atmosphere is totally outdoors and lush. We ...

JUPITER ISLAND

A travel blog entry by janiebob on Dec 01, 2013

1 comment, 72 photos

... and oysters visible in the rock faces. I could see holes in the rocks, which is how it get's the name Blowing Rocks. It was low tide, so I did pick up more shells for Lauren's wedding. From what I've read about the Blowing Rocks I need to go there at an extreme high tide to see the rocks blow. Waves rolling in from the east surge against the craggy shoreline and send fountain's of foaming sea water as high as 50 ...

New Town. New Sights to see

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Mar 11, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... if you can tolerate war in any way. From where I stand, it was interesting, but as war is, was gory and painful. Anyway, back to the Lighthouse...

As you'll see in the pictures on Flickr, it was finished in 1860, just in time for the war of the time. We got to make the climb to the top and see the lens and view. It was extremely windy, but well worth the climb. We both learned much.

We ...

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