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Our last day in Florida was spent in beautiful, historic, St. Augustine’s. A definite tourist attraction filled with lovely homes and lots of taverns, restaurants and shops. There are a couple cool looking sailing vessels there too. We had another fantastic meal in a restaurant called Harry’s Seafood. If you go, order the She Crab soup, it was the best I’ve ever eaten!
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... curtains open for a change. That was a real treat because in some of the marinas, you can be surrounded by boats, front, port, starboard and stern. We are talking boats literally just a few feet away from your boat. If you want any privacy, you have to keep curtains closed all the time or risk seeing or being seen at awkward moments. It can be very claustrophobic. So it was nice to have privacy and a view. There was also a big park in the marina running along the ICW so there ...
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... while we were driving. There were surprisingly pretty pink and yellow flowers by the side of the road. Unfortunately, when I took out my camera to take a picture of them, I found that it apparently hadn't been charged. (I swear, I plugged it in, but that camera has always been a bit fussy about how it's plugged in.) I ended up having to take the photos with my phone, but they still turned out okay.
When we finally arrived at the Jacksonville train station, ...
... the cable show, "Dives, Diner's and Drive-ins" (or something like that), and the place clearly qualifies as a dive! We took the last ferry in operation in Florida across the inlet to the ' shack ' whose floor has about a two percent slope from the front door to the decks over the water, which makes it easy to hose out at night, I guess.The building is old , but the seafood is fresh. Shrimp, soft shell crabs, smoked fish dip and ...
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