La Quinta Inn Mandarin San Jose Jacksonville

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

3199 Hartley Road (formerly Baymont Inn & Suites), Jacksonville, Florida 32257, United States
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English girl probably out of her depth!!

by ADELE244

Hello everyone,

This is a mamouth amount of advice I am requiring and I would be so grateful if someone could help me. My partner and I have a little girl (under 2) we run a good small business repairing laptops/notebooks. We are considering moving over to Jacksonville (hopefully for a better life for our daughter) Please could anyone advise me which neighbourhoods are regarded as "nice areas" with good schools. If anyone could recommend a better place than Jacksonville I would be really grateful to hear any other views. I know we are probably out of our depth here and ultimately need to fly out. One last final final thing, is there a call for laptop repair services? Thank you for being patient with me, and any advice will be gratefully recieved xxxxxxxxxx

RE: English girl probably out of her depth!!

by Hopkid

I've been to Jax a couple of times for work. One area that I thought was pretty cool was San Marco. It's an up and coming area with some nice medium-sized older homes and a cool little business district with boutiques and independent restaurants. Here's a link to a description of neighborhoods in Jax that may help. Good luck!

http://www.10best.com/Jacksonville/Know_Before_You_Go_(SM)/Neighborhoods/index.html

RE: English girl probably out of her depth!!

by hmcd

hey there.. i will try to answer you as much as I can. You can also email me for additional questions at: hmcd93@cs.com I currently live in Jacksonville and am in the "Riverside" area. I really like my area, and it is more of an "artsy" area. The schools are good in jax, but there are a few in particular that are the best. Their is a public school in the san marco area that is supposed to be one of the best schools around - really rich in the arts. Another couple had written about san marco, and it is a grat area, but depending on where you live in san marco it is not up and coming, it is there. Although you may be able to find a "fixer upper" - you are more likely going to spend about 350-400,000 for a house there. There are also neighborhoods like ours in Riverside and Avondale that have fixer uppers, and it is a great neighborhood. Again, please email me with questions.
xox
Heather

RE: English girl probably out of her depth!!

by noidiotsplease

I just addressed a similar question in the Jacksonville forum titled "Jax(springfield or St johns)" Check it out for advice from a native who has lived here nearly 30 years.

Travel Tips for Jacksonville

A city of bridges

by noidiotsplease

With the Atlantic Ocean, St. Johns River, Intracoastal Waterway, numerours tributaries, and acres of wetlands, Jacksonville is most certainly an aquatic city. As a result, the area has more than 200 bridges of all sizes. Most notably, however, are the seven iconic bridges that cross the St. Johns River and serve as symbols of our great city. In fact, the official logo for Super Bowl XXXIX, which will be held in Jacksonville in February 2005, even features a bridge. Here is a brief run down of the big seven by their most commonly called names, as well as a listing of the causeway bridges that cross the Intracoastal Waterway to link the beaches to the mainland.

ST. JOHNS RIVER (from north to south):
1. Dames Point Bridge (6 lanes)
2. Matthews Bridge (4 lanes)
3. Hart Bridge (4 lanes)
4. Main Street Bridge (4 lanes, draw bridge)
5. Acosta Bridge (6 lanes)
6. Fuller Warren Bridge (I-95, 8 lanes)
7. Buckman Bridge (I-295, 8 lanes)

INTRACOASTAL (from north to south):
1. Heckscher Drive (2 lanes, draw bridge)
2. Wonderwood Connector (4 lanes)
3. Atlantic Blvd. (6 lanes)
4. Beach Blvd. (4 lanes, draw bridge)
5. Butler Blvd. (4 lanes)
6. Palm Valley Rd. (4 lanes, just S of Jax)

Scenic beach found in 1513

by noidiotsplease

Along a narrow stretch of barrier island separating Jacksonville's beaches from St. Augustine's beaches, Guana River State Park is thought to be where Ponce de Leon first landed in "La Florida" in 1513.

Straddling both sides of a very scenic section of A1A, the ocean side boasts some of the tallest sand dunes in the state and miles of undeveloped beachfront. Across the highway, the park's Intracoastal side boasts more dunes, scrub and wetlands, a section of which is designated a wildlife management area.

Its a Seafood restaurant on a...

by Chris45

Its a Seafood restaurant on a peir with biggest and best shrimp in the southeast in my opionion in the south east us at a place called Capt.Billies,its on a pier some where in Jacksonville
Nice and beautiful ocean front property on a outside pier The Shrimp,The Flounder and Clam srips

avondale

by doug48

avondale is a historic district just south of five points in the riverside area of jacksonville. the avondale business district is located on two blocks of st. johns ave. and is lined with upscale shops, restaurants, and bars. both five points and avondale are fun and safe places to visit for nightlife in jacksonville.

My Experience in Jacksonville, Florida

by msnguy81

"My Last Trip To Jax:"

I visited Jacksonville on a getaway with a female friend of mine back in February 2005. We drove 6 hours from our Atlanta area homes to spend a weekend there in Jacksonville to celebrate our new jobs that we got. We stayed at the Fairfield Inn by the airport. We visited the beaches of Jacksonville Beach, ate dinner at the American Grill at the Jacksonville Landing, got tipsy off the liquor we bought at an ABC Liquor location, and enjoyed the hot tub and pool at the hotel. Overall it was an awesome trip.

"The Trip Before Last:"

The time before the last time I visited was in January of 2005. I traveled from Atlanta to Jacksonville so that I could meet a cousin of mine that I hadn't seen in 2 years halfway. She lives in Fort Lauderdale, so Jacksonville was halfway between her home and mine. 6 hours away from Atlanta.... 6 hours from Fort Lauderdale. It was alot more hurried than my last trip there. I arrived at the hotel (Studio 6 at Baymeadows) and sat around for 6 hours before she arrived (i guess i left alot earlier than her). Then we went to eat at Denny's (exotic, i know) and met up with a few friends of hers. Then i went to my hotel and she went to hers. The next day me and her went to Atlantic Beach, then downtown to the Landing to eat at this mexican restaurant that I cant recall what it was named, but it was amazing. Then we drove around and then I drove home. Not the most eventful trip, but i fell in love with Jax that weekend.

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Address: 3199 Hartley Road (formerly Baymont Inn & Suites), Jacksonville, Florida 32257, United States