I am travelling to Jacksonville in February and was wondering if any one knew any car companies that rent to someone of the age 19. What car companies can you suggest?
My 20 year old daughter is probably going to move to Jacksonville from Orlando and wants to go to school there. She and her cousin will be renting an apartment and are considering Woodhollow. I just read some reviews on the area and am concerned, like any normal mom, about her safety. I lived near St. Vincent's Hospital in the late 80's and didn't worry much. Any advice on best places for 20 year old women to live on the far east side of town? Thanks.
My family and I are relocating to Jacksonville from Tallahassee florida. We are going to rent in the south side of town. After reading so many bad things about Jacksonville I am very weary I have five sons, 11,9,4,3,and 1. I have always been very protective of my children and now and afraid of even taking the relocation opportunity. Is the south side of Jacksonville just as bad. we will be located around the 5800 block of university blvd. I am hoping we are making a good choice. Thank you L. Google Tlh, fl
I was just wondering if the hotels just west of 295 on I-10 outside of Jacksonville, FL in a safe area? Thank you!!!
My husband and I plan on relocating and are considering Jacksonville FL. I've heard Jacksonville has one of the highest crime rates in Fl and now I'm not too sure on what to do and if we decide to relocate then where in Jacksonville do we go?
Any ideas? Anyone?
looking to visit Jacksonville beaches, but don't have a car..plan on renting a bike..good idea?
Where can find a smoke free bar I can not handle the smokey atmosphere
There are 6 of us, with two agile seniors, who want to go the airport from the station at 7 am.
I've lived in kentucky all of my life, and am suppose to be moving to jacksonville, fl in september. I've looked online for apartments, and read stuff about the city, and i've been really excited, untill some of the stuff i found online tonight about the weather there, danger,fatalities,murder,violence,etc. now, im terrified im either gonna die in a car wreck,get robbed,rapped,my home be destroyed by a hurricane or tornado,etc. i need advice from someone who has been living in jacksonville please.
im moving to jacksonville from minnesota in april with my dad, im 19 years old, and i want to know as must as possible about jacksonville, for one what are the bad areas and good areas i heard the northside is really dangerous, and a job is going to be the most important thing, are there an good jobs or any jobs hirig period? are there alot of jobs hiring, i need to know everything you guys know about jacksonville thanks.
I will be in Jacksonville next month for business and need to get to Port Canaveral to board a cruise. I do not want to rent a car or drive myself so I am looking for other options. I have extra time so can go to Orlando then Port Canaveral if necessary. I can't seem to find anything on search engines so hope some locals can advise me better. Thanks!
I am staying at unit no 4201 point meadows dr. which is the nearest bus stop?
I'm going to be in Jacksonville in a few weeks. Are there any good vantage points I can go to so i can get some good pictures of downtown?
I'm a 30 year old single mom with a 10 year old child from New Hampshire lookinto move to Jacksonville and I'd like to which areas and neighborhoods are best. Not the fanciest but but nothing too slummy either.
I will be in Jacksonville New Year's Eve and for a few days in January for the Gator Bowl - Go MSU dogs! I'd like some good restaurant recommendations. We are staying in Deerpark area at the Hotel Indigo. Also, any suggestions for winter activities. Will there be free concerts or fireworks anywhere for the New Year's Eve?
I need a ride to the Amtrak station in Jacksonville Fla. I live in south Ga. Is there a Shuttle that I can get from Tifton Ga. to Amtrak train station in Jacksonville Fla. ? Thank you Wanda
I live just out side of Tifton Ga. I need a ride to get from Tifton Ga. to Amtrak in Jacksonville Fla. I can't find a suttle service to get me to the Amtrak Station, to get catch my train at 11:00 P.M. leaving Jacksonville Fla. Is there a service you know that might be able to pick me up. I am a Senior and I am needing help. Thank you Wanda
Any specific recommendations on where to go and who to visit for these adventures? Don't want to get caught in a tourist trap. It would be great if they were not the run of the mill operation, yet still reputable and professional. Thanks in advance.
Will be visiting Jacksonville in December of this year and would love to attend an NFL game while there. Any helpful hints on the best way to obtain tickets would be most appreciated. Also how is your public transportation ?
please advise public transportation availability from Jax Amtrak station to Jax Airoprt .
I was wondering if motorcycles are allowed on the ferry and if so how much does it cost?
Are there any rental car agencies near the Amtrak station? If so could you give me the names?
My wife and I are planning a move to Florida and I am getting all the input I can about boating on the river vs. on the intracoastal.
Being that we are moving from the North East, and have enjoyed the surroundings of Narragansett Bay and destinations from Cape Cod down to Long Island, NY, we are wondering if there is a match for us down in Florida.
Our boat is a 38' Cruisers Yachts, aft cabin w/ fly bridge and 16 ft. bridge clearance.
We are looking for a house in between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. ( My Wife loves the Conch House Marina.)
Our boating style is as follows:
I'd rather be close to my boat and further from work. We currantly live 5 min. from our boat.
Many days we go there after work just to sit and enjoy the view and have dinner.
Sometimes we go for a sunset cruise on a week day evening. Short cruises in our area are easy due to all the close places to grab a hook in a cove and relax. If you Google Maps "warwick cove, RI" you will see where we are.
Occasionaly we go for a cruise to nowhere just putting along. A place to anchor at the far end of such a cruise is always nice too.
Now... a place to set hook is important because no one likes being bounced around by current, waves or the passing idiot who can't slow down. Quiet, calm, tranquil places with flat water and low wind are high on the list and pretty easily obtainable in our area.
We seek the same in our week end journeys, just further in distance.
I realize that the great distance between the intracoastal North end at the river to the lower area of St. Augustine is probably a day trip to go from one end and back. ( is that a good estimate?)
I also realize that the same applies to the river North near Mill Cove, to the river Southern near Mandarin and Fruit Cove.
We also like to swim off the boat a lot and don't want to worry about what may be in the water with us :)
We obviously have to pick a marina or waterfront home on the river or on the intracoastal... we can't have both.
Any information you can offer or opinions are greatly welcomed and appreciated.
We're gathering info from as many sources as possible to make our final decision.
My husband and I will be visiting Florida and we are thinking of staying at the new Sleep Inn and Suites on Ramona Blvd. one night and going to the Market Place Flea Market on Ramona Blvd. Could you please tell me if this is a safe area? Or is the Comfort Inn on Airport Road in a safer area? Thank you so much for your input.
We will spend few days in Jacksonville in October before going on a cruise. We were wondering if there is a place near Jacksonville where our kids can watch or ideally swim with dolphins. Can you help ? Thanks
I work w/ au pairs (young adults who come from different countries to live w/ a family and take care of the children) and would like to know if anyone knows of a place to charter a boat to go out and see the whales? My group is relatively small as is the amount of money we can afford, but these girls are very interested in doing this and I would hate to disappoint.
Is there a small park near the Omni?
Hi - I travel to Jacksonville regularly and love the place. Next time I would like to bring my wife and stay on for a few days as a vacation. I would love to stay out at one of the beach, ideally in a place overlooking the beach or backing on to it. However don't think I can afford some of the prices I have seen.
Anyone know of anywhere, can be 30 miles north or south of Jacksonville as well, where you can stay out at the beach?
Thanks in advance
Ok, VTers. I've got a challenge for you. I've lived in New York City and Chicago, I've traveled through Europe, Asia and the US. Everywhere I go, I eventually sniff out great local food. Whether it's satay from the street carts in Bangkok or sweetbreads from Rathbuns in Atlanta, I eat it all. Sadly I have recently found myself in a swirling blackhole of TGI-Mc-Chilis; Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Can someone, ANYONE, please point me in the direction of a decent local restaurant in this town? I don't care if it's five star fine dining or a seafood shack that looks like it's about to tumble into the intercoastal or a backwoods smokehouse pumping out bar-b-qued opossum. Oysters, sushi, carpaccio, fish tacos, burgers? There must be a must-have here. There must. Isn't there one everywhere?
what hotels in the jacksonville area allow smoking in the room