La Quinta Inn Jacksonville Baymeadows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... their guest room just down the road many many times over the years and it was really nice they could visit us. Annette got to brush up on her Bridge skills with a very understanding partner ( not me ). We enjoyed beach walks, mini putt, the Tiny Martini, St. George St., nice dinners out and in, and a couple of Fort tours. Fort is short for fortification, and Fortress is a female fortification by the way. Great cannons ...
... Priest, Jesuits and Franciscan along the Atlantic coast from present-day Miami to Chesapeake Bay and Westwood to Pensacola. The Indians lived in big grass huts and of course the floors were dirt with grass rugs. One hut was the living room another was a bedroom. the kitchen was more or less out doors. And then there was the mission where the priest had Sunday Mass. The weather had gotten cold and rainy so I didn't stay out sight seeing. I ...
... The city of Jacksonville is about a 25 minutes drive from the mall. The first place we stopped at was the City Hall which is a very beautiful old building and of course like all old buildings were used for many different businesses at one point in the early years of the 1900s the building burn down but later was restored. There were many pictures of different buildings and pictures along the walls and she told stories about some of ...
... Daniel one one of the games in one a school that people around his neck so we got him to model it. Daniel is a firefighter and he works at the fire station on Perkins road close to where I live in facts that station is where my son, Ronnie years ago put a new roof. It's really nice to have someone like Daniel on the bus because of his medical background with the firefighters. To get back to the bingo game I almost won the blackout, no such luck. ...
... member of the UF AEPhi Jewish Sorority Chapter. Mom was a smart cookie. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa in the first UF class of women, no easy feat, and she met my father!
Billy Goldstein was a Jacksonville boy. He was a little older than Mom as he attended UF on the GI bill after serving in Europe & North Africa in World War II. Mom was smitten by the smart, tall, dark and handsome man, and they were married in 1950. Daddy, a newly minted lawyer joined Uncle ...