Courtyard By Marriott Mayo Clinic Jacksonville

4600 San Pablo Road, Jacksonville, Florida, 32224, United States
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Weather and humidity

by suntune

Hi there... my family and I have recently moved from Tennessee to Alaska.
Being from Tennessee- we are quite familiar with humidity. We have travelled to Destin and Pensacola before. We are trying to decide the best time to come and visit Jacksonville to where we do not have to worry about the humidity. We may even be relocating to Jacksonville permanently. We do not want to move somewhere that is as humid as nashville was. And we are thinking with Jacksonville being so close to the beach- well, we hope that the humidity is better. Alaska is nice- but very far from family and everything else. lol
Any insight would be welcome.


Adam and Jen

Re: Weather and humidity

by yb4ever

I truly think you will find Jacksonvile's overall qualities far outweigh Mother natures' desire to compensate for our four seasons and closness to the Atlanic ocean.

Speaking of Seasons... Winter in Jacksonville may consist of about 10 days, when the lowest temperture drops below 40 degrees. At it's worse; is when you have to cover the 3P's (PETS,PLANTS and PIPES)to protect them from freezing for the short period of time the temperture drops below 32 degrees just before sunrise. Our average Winter days are above 70 degrees. This is Spring and we are enjoying chamber of commerce weather. Summer of course will greet you with the most humidity. The cool breezes from the Atlantic ocean helps to keep Jacksonville and it's citizens quite comfortable though.

So... that being said... Just come and visit NOW.

Re: Weather and humidity

by OiKnow

Florida without humidity is like Tennesee without twangy country music.
Florida is humhid. Jacksonville is surrounded by water, it is warm 95% of the year, it is nearly always humid in Florida when you are near the water. That being said, Jacksonville is a nice climate. Cool enough in the winter to give you a noticeable change in seasons, warm enough in the summer to feel tropical. I lived in Florida for 18 years and you really do get use to the humidity. It takes a couple of years to become accustomed to it. When I moved away I noticed that my skin dried out for the first time in decades. Now when I go back I notice how humid it is.



I'll be in Anchorage for 2.5 days in June

Travel Tips for Jacksonville

Jacksonville Jazz Festival

by noidiotsplease

This acclaimed annual festival attracts some of the biggest names in jazz to Jacksonville every April. Once held in the fall at Metropolitan Park, the festival moved to the spring a couple years ago and now takes advantage of a variety of venues like the Florida Theatre and the Ritz Theatre, in addition to the main event at Metropolitan Park. While the festival celebrates music, artists of another type also compete each year to win the official Jacksonville Jazz Festival poster design contest. Prints of the winning design are not only used to promote the event but also become local collectors' items.

For information on the Jacksonville Jazz Festival call 904.630.3690.

Undiscovered Jacksonville

by iluvtrvl

Jacksonville is full of interesting places to see and do, from Timacuan preserves to sunning at the beaches. The Jacksonville area has a host of golfing and fishing venues, museums and wildlife preserves.

stylish good eats

by grimss about b.b.'s

b.b.'s, like Biscotti's, its sister restaurant in Avondale, is always a good meal. The decor is streamlined and stylish--part of the new breed of "concept" restaurants in JAX (i.e. the owners brought in interior decorators, went for a Elle Decor-ish cohesive look), something we haven't always had in this town. The menu is well-conceived, with great specials in the upper $teens, but also a fine selection of lesser-priced salads, gourmet pizzas and yummy sandwiches. Good wine selection, great desserts, very attractive bar area. This is definitely a see-and-be-seen crowd of the well-heeled--one, thankfully, where the kitchen is also remarkably consistent and the service is professional.

Very close to downtown and San Marco. Any of the specials are always delicious, but I particularly like the crabcake sandwich, which is served with a nicely tossed salad.

Jacksonville Landing

by acemj

Okay, so nobody was there the night that I was in town, but I can imagine this place could be pretty exciting. There are tons of shops and restaurants in this riverfront location right in the heart of downtown.

Jacksonville, FL... passing thru....

by davecallahan

our first trip to Florida in 2003.

We just breezed through Jacksonville on our way to US1.
I expected a lot of traffic in such a large city but was surprised by only mild delays at 6pm on a weekday. There were no work zones or accidents; often those contribute to traffic on big city expressways. There were no speed traps either; everyone was doing a brisk 60-65mph which is much faster than New York traffic.

Next time we come back to Florida, we intend to see what there is to see in Jacksonville and report it here.

wikipedia info:
about 835000 people in downtown and another 460000 in the subrubs.

Jacksonville is the county seat of Duval County.
ZIPCODES for Jacksonville are:
32099, 32201 through 32212, 32214 through 32241, 32244 through 32247
32250, 32254 through 32260, 32266, 32267, 32277, 32290

030-19-10N 081-38-36W
30.320, -81.620
Area Code 904

"interesting acts"

Jacksonville is protected by both the Jacksonville Police and the Sheriffs Office. That is a lot of protection.

the original city name was Cowford (cow crossing) but was changed to honor General/President jackson

The mounted figure of Andrew Jackson is the typical symbol for the city but some newer emblems are showing the grand Jacksonville skyline as more appropriate for the city

Jacksonville (with all its contiguous suburbs) has a land mass larger than any other American city in the lower 49 states.


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Address: 4600 San Pablo Road, Jacksonville, Florida, 32224, United States