Ramada Inn South Point Jacksonville

5624 Cagle Road, Jacksonville, Florida, 32216, United States
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One day in jax

by jontedkes

Hi everyone, we are coming to Daytona from the UK for 2 weeks in January, but are visiting Jacksonville for the Rugby league match arranged by Russell Crowe between south sidney rabbitohs and leeds rhinos to be played at UNF. Can you tell us where to stay for the night, somewhere there is a few decent bars nearby, not too expensive, and how far from the beach area is UNF?

Re: One day in jax

by farmboy30539

you can stay at motel 6 they our cheap and clean also you can check out www.kayak.com and as far as bars www.hooters.com is the place to go! hope these helps you!

Re: One day in jax

by jontedkes

Thankx for the info, how far is the unf from the beach?

Re: One day in jax

by nomad7890

Well, what's not too expensive ... around $100? I looked up bestwestern.com for Jacksonville, Florida and found Best Western Hotel JTB/Southpoint - seems to be near the University.

Re: One day in jax

by farmboy30539

your not to far maybe 3 or 4 miles 202 highway which runs right in front of unf takes you over to A1A highway then you can decide which beach you want!maybe a little cool there!i have been working in the area for the past 3 years its been cool and i had to go to cocco beach before i could get wet!!have fun

Re: One day in jax

by jontedkes

thanx for info, see you in jax!

Travel Tips for Jacksonville

Check out the beaches areas, i...

by CaffineFreak

Check out the beaches areas, i personally think that Neptune beach is the better of the 3 beaches in the area, Atlantic and Jacksonville beach being the others. All are white sand with a blue ocean, and during the week you will often find that your the only person enjoying them. Walking down atlantic beach with my grilfriend for a couple of miles during a tropical storm, the rain was beating down but was lovley and warm. We had the beach to our selves for hours. A truly unforgettable day.

Birding Hugenot Memorial Park

by davecallahan

Hugenot Memorial Park is a great place to see wading birds and shore birds as well as some migratory species (ducks). It is on the list of Florida Birding Trails published by Florida Wildlife and Gaming Commision.

Terns, gulls, gannets, loons and ducks are all easily spotted.

It is a natural preserve so there are no facilities: bring your own water and snacks and don't forget your camera.

to get there:
I-95 exit onto route 9A east, take route 9A east to Heckscher Drive, then east on Heckscher to the park

a definite "Cheers" bar

by hollsterhambone about Fly's Tie Irish Pub

Fly's Tie is a lot of fun. If you're between the ages of 21 and 35, you'll probably feel right at home in this low-key, wood-paneled bar. It's slightly kitchy, which you'd expect from an Irish themed bar, but it serves many beers on tap and has nice, friendly staff. The people who go to the bar on a regular basis are also friendly--you'll find no pretention here. A definite jeans and t-shirt kind of place. Guinness--they double pour it right!

five points

by doug48

five points is small buiness district located in the riverside area west of downtown. five points has a number of shops, restaurants, and bars. five points is known for it's lively nightlife and numerous good restaurants. five points is a fun and safe area to visit in downtown jacksonville.

jacksonville florida

by doug48

"jacksonville"

jacsonville is a large port city located on I-95 in north east florida. jacksonville is the county seat of duval county florida. the area around jacksonville was originally inhabited by the timucaun native american tribe about 6000 years ago. in 1562 the french explorer jean ribault visited the jacksonville area and charted the saint johns river. rene de laudonniere established fort caroline on the bank of the saint johns river. in 1565 the spanish attacked the fort and killed most of it's defenders. the spanish renamed the fort san mateo. in 1791 the settlement of modern day jacksonville was called cowford because cattle could cross a shallow part of the saint johns river near the village. in 1822 spain ceded florida to the united states and cowford was renamed jacksonville after general andrew jackson. during the civil war the port of jacksonville was an important supply depot for the confederacy. the union blockaded the mouth of the saint johns river but there was no invasion of the town. the worst desaster to hit jacksonville was the great fire of 1901. this was the largest urban fire in the southeastern united states and left over 10,000 people homeless. the town was rebuilt after the fire and later became the "winter film capital" of the world. in the 1910's there were 30 silent film studios located in the city. today jacksonville is the largest city in florida in both population and land area. in 1968 the city of jacksonville and duval county were consolidated making jacksonville the largest city in the united states in terms of land area. jacksonville is a southeastern insurance and banking center and an important atlantic port city.

the jacksonville area has numerous attractions for the tourist. near the city is scenic amelia island, jacksonville beach, and ponte vedra beach. downtown jacksonville has several good museums and the jacksonville landing entertainment area. jacksonville is well known as a southern football town. jacksonville is home to the jaguars NFL pro football team and also hosts the annual florida/georgia and gator bowl college football games. the jacksonville area is also known for it's excellent off shore fishing and it's numerous golf courses.

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 Ramada Inn South Point Jacksonville

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Address: 5624 Cagle Road, Jacksonville, Florida, 32216, United States