Lazy Hours Motel on the Beach
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLazy Hours Motel on the Beach Flagler Beach
My dughter was getting married and the house was getting a bit too busy so we decided to stay at a local motel. This place was quaint and quite right off a lake with friendly and accomodating staff. There was a fridge and microwave in the room which was clean and bright. looked like it was freshly painted or well kept for an old motel. I would recommend this property to anyone who is looking for a quite retreat away from the hussle of the big city like Orlando, but close enough to get there in about 15 - 20 mins.
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Happy hump day. We started the day with a hearty breakfast of eggs, hash browns and toast. Oh, and a piece of chocolate for dessert. It is hard to just let a perfectly good box of chocolates just sit there, you know.
It is already getting warm out; in fact it has risen from 72 to 80 degrees in the last 45 minutes. The forecast calls for temperatures near 90 and the humidity is at 80% right now. I think we will have to head to the beach ...
... on the beaches of Daytona. A race course was actually set up on the beach. NASCAR founder Bill France Sr. began planning the track in 1953 in hopes of promoting the racing series. In November 1957, construction began on the 2 ½ mile race track and was completed in late 1958, at a cost of $3 million. The Inaugural Daytona 500 was held in February 1959. Today, the race complex is undergoing a $400 million renovation that is dubbed Daytona Rising.
... to walk back to the parking lot.
Cheryl saw a sign that said 1 1/8 mile, presumably the distance left to walk to get to the beach. Really!?! We finally reached the end of the boardwalk and found ourselves on the beach alright, but it didn’t look like the right beach. Cars were parked on the sand and were driving up and down the beach. I don’t think this is right.
We saw a lifeguard tower so Cheryl walked ahead to ask if ...
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