La Quinta Inn Jacksonville Orange Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Concert by Barbara MacGregor. The church and the music were beautiful.
We had a nice lunch and we were off again to see what else we had time to see. Pat and I found the house of wax. That, I must say, was most interesting and many other words I could use to tell about it. The figures looks so real but the touch is cold and like touching a dead person. Pat was paying for her ticket and on side of her was this man it loked like he was ...
- Good morning, here I am again, early morning talking to you. I hope you had a very good day yesterday like we had. When I got up yesterday morning I thought we were going to have a bad day because we were having cold and rain. But as it turned out the weather the weather didn't bother us. After meeting up with my new best friend in the lobby of the hotel we mingled with the other people that are on the bus. I can't say enough ...
... 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. ...
I left Jacksonville bound for Houston and Buenos Aires by plane, and eventually to Parana, by bus. From wheels up in Jville to a warm embrace from Maxi (my Argentine exchange brother from high school) it was a total of 26 hours and over 5,000 miles. It was a long but smooth trip and it was worth every minute of it to catch up with him and his family Luli and Franco. (he's a 3 year old tazmanian devil but mostly human Maxi assures me) ...
... for everyone. We knew not to argue with her about hats and sunscreen, and no one went out on the beach without them. I don’t think we dare stop now.
Mom was a liberal thinker who believed in equality for all. She drew a great deal of satisfaction from her work, helping underprivileged students get a foothold in the working world. We are proud that after the 1960’s race riots in Jacksonville, Mayor Hans Tanzler appointed our Mother to his ...