Travel Blogs from East Palatka
... amp; it lasted over a century. Rebuilt in 1830's it has been battered by numerous storms. In 2001 & 2008 tropical storms caused considerable flooding so in 2012 they started constructing a new reinforced wall. We are seeing new construction all down the coast as man tries to hold back nature! We listened to a program on the radio on Global warming predicting South Florida to be underwater in 200 yrs - so it's a good job we visiting ...
Last night was a warm night. We haven't had one of those since the summer. It has been getting warmer and more humid everday as we head further south. We got up and cleaned up the bed and ourselves and then headed out to our first spot for exploring in Savannah.
It may seem we have become obsessed with graveyards with all the recent visits, comments and lectures we have attended but really...they are ...
... see. They had the shuttle Atlantis – different parts of it laid out, then there was an imax show – about the space station. Then we had enough time to visit the shop, to pick up a few souvenirs, grab an ice cream and lunch and see a few minor things on the way out including the rocket garden.
Then it was back to the coach and then 2hrs to st Augustine. We watched a movie. We then arrived, at the hotel, ...
Mar 17-20 -- Gamble Rogers State Park at Flagler Beach. It's a small park of about 30 camping sites with elec/water, sitting right next to the ocean. It was beautiful!! The beach went on forever. I wandered up and down the beach every day. I also biked to the nearby town of Flagler Beach. It's a quaint, rather funky. small coastal town. It reminded me somewhat of Santa Cruz.
Reconnected with Connie E, a ...
Other places to stay in East Palatka
119 Highway 17 South, East Palatka | Motelfrom $78