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KATHERINE AND ANDREW'S WEDDING

November, 2007 in Jacksonville
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Ceremony: Memorial Park
Reception: Garden Club of Jacksonville

Ceremony:

Memorial Park

1600 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Reception:

Garden Club of Jacksonville

1005 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Hotel:

Extended Stay America

1413 Prudential Dr
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

4675 Salisbury Rd
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Hotel:

House on Cherry Street B & B

1844 Cherry St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Hotel:

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront

225 E Coastline Dr
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Hotel:

Inn at Oak Street The

2114 Oak St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Hotel:

Riverdale Inn

1521 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Hotel:

St John's House Bed & Breakfast

1718 Osceola St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

Restaurant:

Cafe Nola

333 N Laura St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"A great little lunchtime restaurant in the Museum of Modern Art."

Restaurant:

Pizza Palace

1526 King St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"The original Pizza Palace, and where Anonymousand Anonymous both worked."

Restaurant:

Pizza Palace On the Park

920 Margaret St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"The best pizza ever!"

Entertainment:

Adventure Landing

1944 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville Bch, FL, USA

"A really fun water park, with go-carts and laser tag, video games and mini golf, as well as some small roller coasters for the little ones."

Entertainment:

The Jacksonville Landing

2 Independent Dr # 250
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"A nice place on the river with restaurants, bars, and sometimes live music. This is also a place where water taxis can pick you up and take you across the St. Johns."

Attraction:

Alligator Farm Zoological Park

999 Anastasia Blvd
St Augustine, FL, USA

Attraction:

Cummer Museum of Art & Garden Edu

829 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"The Cummer is the largest museum in Northeast Florida, with a permanent collection of more than 4,000 objects. The museum also features more than two acres of English and Italian gardens. The museum was founded in 1959, as a gift from Ninah Cummer, an art collector and civic leader. The formal gardens, along a picturesque stretch of the St. Johns River, are filled with beautiful sculptures and flowers. The collection of fine art and antiques are featured in 10 galleries throughout the museum. The collection includes American and European paintings and sculpture from ancient, medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, 19th century Impressionist and Modern Art. Pre-Columbian ceramics and Japanese inro, netsuke, and woodblock prints are also part of the permanent collection."

Attraction:

Fort Caroline National Memorial

12713 Fort Caroline Road
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"A near full-scale rendering of the fort was created to memorialize the 16th Century French effort to establish a permanent colony in Florida. After initial exploration in 1562, a colony was established in 1564, only to be eliminated by Spanish forces from nearby St. Augustine in 1565. Exhibits in the National Park Service's Visitors Center provide information on the history of the first European settlement on the American mainland, the French colony's interaction with the native Timucuans and the colonists' brief struggle for survival."

Attraction:

Ginnie Springs Outdoors Llc

7300 NE Ginnie Springs Rd
High Springs, FL, USA

"Another great place for tubing, camping, snorkeling, etc. Great day trip!"

Attraction:

Ichetucknee Springs State Park

Ichetucknee Springs State Park

"A beautiful place for tubing, snorkeling, diving, etc. Very inexpensive for a day trip."

Attraction:

Jacksonville Beach

Jacksonville Beach, FL

Attraction:

Jacksonville Maritime Museum

1015 Museum Cir # 2
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"Sail back through time, viewing the history of Jacksonville and the First Coast through the eyes of merchant marines, Navy sailors and fishermen. Artworks and models include a 16-foot rendition of the historic aircraft carrier USS Saratoga. Soon to be unveiled is a five-foot model of the Gulf America tanker, which was torpedoed by a German U-boat off Ponte Vedra Beach early in World War II. A photographic history of merchant shipping is on display. The museum is also collecting videotaped recollections of sailors from various periods in maritime history."

Attraction:

Jacksonville Museum-Modern Art

333 N Laura St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, formerly Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art, is located in the heart of downtown Jacksonville on Hemming Plaza, the city's main square. The newly renovated historic building houses five galleries, including a forty foot high atrium gallery, an auditorium for film and lectures, studio classrooms, and the ArtExplorium Loft family learning center. The Museum Shop features one of a kind contemporary art and craft along with a selection of unique books on art, architecture, and design. Café Nola @ MOCA offers innovative contemporary cuisine in a relaxed setting."

Attraction:

Jacksonville Public Library

303 N Laura St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"A great new library - fantastic children's section, and a nice place to spend a quiet air conditioned afternoon."

Attraction:

Jacksonville Zoological Gardens

8605 Zoo Rd
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"The Zoo!"

Attraction:

Kingsley Plantation

11676 Palmetto Ave
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"A good historical site."

Attraction:

Museum of Science & History

1025 Museum Cir
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"The Museum of Science & History is the most visited museum in Jacksonville. MOSH features interactive, award-winning exhibitions such as the Currents of Time, which explores 12,000 years of Northeast Florida history, and Atlantic Tails, an exhibit that features the mammals that inhabit First Coast waterways. The Museum's latest additions include the state-of-the-art, multimillion-dollar physical science exhibition, the Universe of Science, and the Florida Naturalist's Center, which houses turtles, birds, owls, snakes, baby alligators, and other animals native to the region. MOSH offers daily public science and planetarium programs, camps, workshops, rental space, birthday party packages, and more."

Attraction:

Ritz Theatre & Lavilla Museum

829 N Davis St
Jacksonville, FL, USA

"Opened in 1999, the LaVilla Museum displays a permanent collection of African-American history, with changing art exhibits in the gallery. The Ritz Theatre has regularly scheduled events, such as monthly amateur nights and spoken word nights, performances by the Ritz Voices Youth Chorus and a wide variety of other performances, programs and community events."

Attraction:

St Augustine

Saint Augustine, FL

Attraction:

TPC at Sawgrass

110 Pga Tour Blvd
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, USA

"www.tpc.com/sawgrass/"

Attraction:

World Golf Village

1 World Golf Pl
St Augustine, FL, USA

"www.wgv.com/"

Military Bases:

Naval Air Station Jacksonville

"http://www.nasjax.navy.mil/"

Military Bases:

Naval Station Mayport

Naval Station Mayport
Jacksonville, FL,

"http://www.nsmayport.navy.mil/"

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