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Crescent City Beach
The Lightner Museum was my favorite stop of the trip. I'd go there again and take more time looking at the exhibits. They had everything from turn-of-the-century musical instruments, to historic clothing, even a toaster collection, to Indian artifacts, and the most amazing collection of historic china I've ever seen. I highly recommend it.
The Devil's Millhopper in Gainesville is worth seeing, though my visit there started my days off wrong, ruining my legs for walking. I was also annoyed by all the people using it for exercise. Nothing like sweaty people to ruin the flavor of a place.
Flagler College is across the street from the Museum. I would have liked to go inside as I've heard it's fabulous. Both the Museum and the College were originally built by oil tycoon, Henry Flager (see links).
Devil's Millhopper, Gainesville, Florida (For more on this site, visit Wikipedia)
Flagler College (formerly Ponce de Leon Hotel. For more on this site, visit Wikipedia)
Lightner Museum (formerly Hotel Alcazar. For more on this site, visit Wikipedia)
Stained glass room inside the museum
Ballroom upstairs inside the museum
Dunes, Crescent City Beach, Florida
Suzanne D. Williams
Suzanne Williams Photography
Suzanne Williams is a native Floridian, wife, and mother, with a penchant for spelling anything, who happens to love photography.