Courtyard By Marriott Jacksonville Airport

14668 Duval Road, Jacksonville, Florida, 32218, United States
Courtyard by Marriott Jacksonville Airport/Northeast
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Moving to Jax - Question about "neighborhoods" etc

by punn3301

I'm moving from Cleveland to Jacksonville near the end of March. I'll be working in the area around the movie theater called "Tinseltown".

Can anyone give me any useful info on the area and what "neighborhoods" I should look into living in?

I'd like to live close to where I work, so I have been looking at places in both the Arlington and Southside areas......does this put me close to my work?

Are these areas ok?

Are there any other areas I should possibly look into?

Thanks in advance for all those that can provide some insight.

RE: Moving to Jax - Question about "neighborhoods" etc

by BeanQT

Move to Southside!!! Don't move to Arlington and Orange Park!!! --Unless you like living in a trailer park or being surrounded by one!

Southside (most parts) is beautiful. Gate Parkway is very very nice.

Best of luck!

RE: Moving to Jax - Question about "neighborhoods" etc

by Meshell301

Tinseltown is a relatively new area--used to be just a bunch of sand dunes when I was growing up. Lots of young professionals live around there. If you're looking to rent, there are several new apartment complexes on Gate Parkway which are nice--I think Portofino has the best deal and good floorplans. If you're looking to buy, there are condos on Touchton Road (right across Southside Blvd.) that would be convenient. Definitely stick to that area...then you won't have to fight traffic!

RE: Moving to Jax - Question about "neighborhoods" etc

by Matmatmat

Try deerwood apt.s. Orange park isn't that bad.

Travel Tips for Jacksonville

What's that fragrant aroma?

by noidiotsplease

If you're visiting in late April and May it could be the jasmine vines with their tiny fragrant flowers in full bloom. Then again, it could also be the ligustrum hedges that also bloom at this time, or perhaps the magnolia blossoms that emerge a couple weeks later. At any rate, by late spring the scents of the season are everywhere.

kingsley plantation

by doug48

located on fort george island is the historic kingsley plantation. this beautifully restored plantation gives the visitor a look at pre civil war plantation life. the plantation was built by zephaniah kinsley who lived there from 1814 to 1837. pictured is the main house of the kingsley plantation. the plantation is part of the 46,000 acre timmicuan preserve and can be reached by US A1A 15 miles northeast of downtown jacksonville.

Always great food and eclectic atmosphere

by grimss about Biscotti's

This is what every neighborhood should have--a stylish, comfortable, upscale eatery that is consistently reliable and always a good time. The eclectic space has grown over the years to accomodate the restaurant's popularity, but remains cozy and attractive is a NYC Soho sort of way--exposed brick walls, changing artwork, high ceilings. You can also eat outside at the small cafe tables and watch your neighbors strolling the Avondale shops.

Food is upscale bistro--unique salads and sandwiches, gourmet pizzas, generous appetizers--although there is always a small, but good choice of specials as well, typically one fish dish, one meat dish, and a pasta choice. In the dozens of times I've eaten here over the years--breakfast, lunch and dinner--I've had only one subpar meal. Nice wine and beer selection, if a little pricey. The service is also consistently good. A great local hangout, and worth the trip even if you're not in the Avondale area. The fish specials are always fabulous, as is the Thai Chicken Salad, and any of the pizzas.

Jacksonville's natural gem!

by noidiotsplease

Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens

Accessible from Monument Road, just east of the 9A Beltway, the Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens features four interconnected trails. Collectively, these trails circle around a central lake, meander past mighty oak trees, climb up bluffs, and provide foot bridges over streams and ravines. Extremely lush, the abundant foliage and underbrush remind one of a scene from Jurassic Park.

Jacksonville - Surprisingly Rich for Tourists

by MatthewMetcalfe

Jacksonville is located in the north eastern part of Florida about an Hour's drive from the Georgia Border.

Everytime I've heard people talk about Jacksonville, they tend to center on the Crime or the "White Trash" aspects of the City. I've made dozens of trips to the area and I've found that there are actually a lot of great things to see and do in this City.

I recognize that there is a bad part of Jacksonville, but the Downtown area by the river seems to be thriving. The Area from Jacksonville Beach down to Ponte Vedra Beach is loaded loaded with things to do if you are visiting Jacksonville.

Of course, the main reason most people go to Florida is the Beach. This is a shot of Jacksonville Beach. I don't know where all the people were but I know it gets more crowded than this. It was the middle of the afternoon when I shot this photo. Maybe they all had a synchronized lunch together.

Those aren't Sugar Coated Donut Holes on the beach! When you are at the beach, clean up after your dog! It's the Law!


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Address: 14668 Duval Road, Jacksonville, Florida, 32218, United States