La Quinta Inn & Suites Oceanfront Daytona Beach
Travel Blogs from Daytona Beach
... morning, our backyard had morphed into a mini-Luxembourg garden, complete with French graffiti on the back fence. There is now a statuette of a nude female (tastefully attired in "pasties"), of which we saw many (sans "pasties") during our travels. It resembles a cruder version of the famous Venus de Milo in the Louvre, albeit without a head, but it does add a certain charm to the garden!
The remodeling crew did a fantastic job, and both ...
... swimming in the water. I am in the hotel now updating my blog. They claim that Daytona Beach is the most famous in the world. It may be the most famous, but it has nothing on Australias beaches.
It was nice, however the sand was very hard. The water was very warm, probably as warm as an indoor pool.
I'm about to go to bed. Tomorrow we are going for a swim in the beach in the morning, having short look around and then continuing North To Savannah.
... with Thunder and Lightning just about the same time. In the mean time our fire was dead dead and the chicken was half raw and getting washed. By now we where very hungry.There was only one thing to do strip,naked, wet clothing is not a good thing in a small van, so I dashed out got the cooker, chicken, plates and cutlery and Michelle cooked inside.It was pitch dark and thick with water out there, so I ...
we have no schedule
... pebbled track that criss crossed the area, to all the different launch sites. We looked at what was left of the two shuttle platforms. One was still intact with complete tower and everything, the other, had had the tower deconstructed in preparation for another space program. It was here, in a small pond in the shadow of the shuttle launch tower that I saw my first wild America alligator. This swampy cape was covered in them as I saw many more now I knew where to look. ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility