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Old 10-26-2011, 02:44 AM   #1
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I'm working in Kingsland, Ga. about 30 miles north of Jacksonville, Fla.

I have to take 2 mandatory days off next week. All expenses are paid (with the exception of alcohol, sluts, etc. etc.).

I've never been in this area before, so am looking for suggestions of what to do?

I'm thinking of going as far north as Savannah, Ga. and south as far as Daytona, Fla.

Just hoping for input of things not to miss, and good hotels.

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J-ville FL has some fully nude strip joints.
Don't do that myself anymore, but you mentioned sluts....

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J-ville FL has some fully nude strip joints.
Don't do that myself anymore, but you mentioned sluts....
Yeah, I don't do that much either, but thank's for the advice!
I'm more into old towns and photography anymore, so am leaning towards Savannah, Ga................. I dunno
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Yeah, I don't do that much either, but thank's for the advice!
I'm more into old towns and photography anymore, so am leaning towards Savannah, Ga................. I dunno
Savannah sound nice. Have fun.
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I have always wanted to go to Savannah...seems like it would be a nice place to visit.

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How about St. Augustine, Florida, it's the oldest continuously occupied European-established city and port in the continental United States.

It's about 75 miles down I-95 from you.

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St. Augustine was gonna be my second suggestion. I been there on vacation many times, very, very cool old place. I believe it's the oldest spanish settlement in the US.

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How about St. Augustine, Florida, it's the oldest continuously occupied European-established city and port in the continental United States.

It's about 75 miles down I-95 from you.

Kingsland, GA to St Augustine, FL - Google Maps
If you go there try and go on a ghost tour. St. Augustine is known for it paranormal activity...if you believe such a thing. Either way it would be a fun time with halloween around the corner.
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St. Augustine would also be my suggestion, then a quick trip, just a little further to Daytona Beach.

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I agree, Gordo. St. Augustine is a 'must'. Post your pictures after you've gone there.

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