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... of Europe, in the afternoon of 9/11. Then there is a sightseeing tour covering Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom. It will be eight days of exciting journey that we look forward to keenly at this point.
此次欧洲之 ;旅，我们ळ 8;于九月十Ç 68;日下午登 426;前往欧洲 ...
Today was picture perfect moment on the water in St Augustine Florida. Not a lot of tourist to fight in lines and easy to find the boat. As I purchased my tickets at the city Marina we quickly boarded the Captain Jack light house ferry. The boat clean, safe and very comfortable for my mother. They had wine, beer, and sodas onboard. I would definitely visit them again! They have a website called www.floridasaintaigustine.com Ghost boat in st Augustine ...
... to attack all the Spanish, there is the oldest fort in America here and the oldest tree in America as well, over 600 years old, Nathan was trying to scare me telling me that they used to hang people in the tree. After dinner we went into the historic district that has cute little Spanish lane ways and shops, there were some bloody cute shops with home wares stuff, not what I need at the moment but so cute!! We wondered to the bar with no name for some $2 ...
... short one, we had planned it that way so that we would have time in the afternoon to start the process of unloading the camper. The past 15 weeks have been wonderful, we have enjoyed every day of the trip, and we are looking forward to our next trip out west in 2 years.
We started the day by touring Castillo de San Marco for three hours. It was simply awesome not feeling hurried. Castillo de San Marco has a fascinating history as the oldest masonry fortification in the U.S. For starters, it was the tenth fort of St. Augustine. The first nine were built of wood and were either eaten by termites, rotted by humidity, or burned by natives and pirates/privateers (namely Sir Francis Drake). Finally, with ...