Econo Lodge Cumberland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... native Indians over 60 years before the Thanksgiving pilgrims/Wampanoag Indians meal. The visitor trams are 15 minutes apart and stop at all the top attractions. The top places to visit: St Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum Castillo de San Marcos (original Spanish Fort) Spanish Military Hospital And the other 19 visitor attractions, including a gentle wander down the St George Street Mall. Visit the oldest town in the USA = ...
... funny and provided very good commentary throughout. We went for about an hour and fifteen minutes around the squares and it was amazing that just about every house is haunted, she had so much to tell us, too much to write. We got a lot of looks and funny comments as we went around. We saw old cemeteries and drove over some as they were something else now. It wasn't unlike the trolley tour today but she talked about the goings on in the houses and what ...
... where we were moving to. They were amazing and had story upon story for us of their very own adventures of the desert, CA, Mexico, Texas, two hip replacements (him) two knee replacements (her), RVing in their younger years; 60's, 70's and early 80's. We could have listened to them for hours. They have been married sixty-five years and are now in their late eighties. I was in awe of our new found neighbors who were ...
... can move now. As we arrived at the house this morning, (yes, we stayed in a hotel last night, ESPN rocks!) Randy received a phone call that an agent wanted to show the house for rent at 01030, that's 10:30a.m. for those who don't want to count out on their fingers like I always do. When they arrived we stuck around and showed them our home. We fell in love with this young couple and their two young boys, and knew immediately that ...
... odor of rotten eggs in the air. Bad smells aside, the town was lovely, the marina had first rate help and overall, it was a pleasant stay in Fernandina. Quite a few boats came and went due to the location of the marina directly on the ICW and near the ocean. Iit was fun to watch them come and go. The only negative was the tides. They were a force to be reckoned being in excess of five feet. We had heard they would be seven feet when we hit Savannah so we were excited ...