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Old 12-10-2012, 12:38 PM   #1546
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Mission Log #23: Checkpoint St. Augustine

Our cash supply (and our PB&J supply) was dwindling so low at this point, we did the unthinkable—we decided we needed an extremely cheap lunch and stopped at McDonald’s. Now I don’t really have anything against McDonald’s, but over the last couple of years we’ve developed a reputation of finding more unique holes-in-the-wall for our dining pleasure, so stopping at McDonald’s felt like a bit of a disappointment from that perspective. And after dining at Via Napoli and the Kona Café just a couple of days prior, there was a definite sense of going from the penthouse to the outhouse. So let me assure you that this was strictly a budgetary decision.

We drove up I-4 towards Orlando a little ways and then spotted one of the ubiquitous (how’s that for an SAT word?) blue signs advertising the Golden Arches at the next exit. We followed the signs, left the highway, and the next thing we knew, we’d inadvertently stumbled into this:



That spectacularly awful-looking building is the World's Largest McDonald's. We thought about turning around, but by that time the kids had spotted it, and there was no turning back. Because, of course, when you’ve just spent 3 full days at Disney World, a McDonald’s playground is still as appealing as ever.

They did offer some unique choices on the combo menu:



Inside, the place was chaos. I might have called it organized chaos, but…well, don’t kid yourself. It’s not that organized. Julie took the kids to let them run around in the play area while I attempted to decipher the right way to order a meal. Even though we wanted to get it to go, we went inside. Don’t ever go up to the drive-through! Want to know why? Because they @#$% you at the drive-through, okay?



It turned out that it operated much like Cosmic Ray’s, only with less clear direction. There were different areas offering different menu items (including a spot for McPizza) and you would go up to an order station, place the order, get a ticket, and then head up to the server area where they’d get your food for you. We went way out on a limb and got Mcburgers and fries and Happy Meals.

Look... me and the McDonald's people got this little misunderstanding. See, they're McDonald's... I'm McDowell's. They got the Golden Arches, mine is the Golden Arcs. They got the Big Mac, I got the Big Mick. We both got two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions, but their buns have sesame seeds. My buns have no seeds.

We didn’t get too many pictures of the play area (and none of them turned out all that great) because it wasn’t all that photogenic. It was basically a mass of slides, climbing areas and arcade games all crammed together. If you’ve ever been in an arcade or a Chuck E. Cheese (one of Barry’s favorite places), you’ve seen what this is like.

We actually ate our meals in the car so we could keep moving. Not quite 2 hours down the road was our next destination: St. Augustine, Florida. This town as founded by the Spanish in September 1565. It’s not the first settlement in North America, but it is the oldest continuously-occupied one. Since the town never completely died off, it holds the claim as the Oldest Town in America. We thought the history of this place warranted a stop for the kids’ education. Plus we had to go to the bathroom.

We parked in the town garage and walked into the Visitor Information Center. Inside, some workers were building a replica of a Spanish galleon.





We also took some time in the gift shop to demonstrate our versatility apart from simple Stupid Hat Pictures©.



From there, it was a short walk down the street to the Old Town section. Here they’ve preserved the old city gates as well as some of the original buildings from the town. The wooden-and-earth wall is a replica based on the original designs.



Across the way, the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument guards the bay and the entrance from the Atlantic Ocean. This was our main destination, because any time you get the chance to wander around a cool fort, you have to take it. It also gave us the opportunity to get a coveted National Parks passport stamp.



Construction began on this fort in 1672 and it’s been providing protection to St. Augustine ever since. Although it’s changed hands several times, the fort was never breached in battle. The walls are made of coquina, which is a mixture of sea shells and coral that holds up surprisingly well under attack—instead of shattering when hit, it absorbs cannon balls and the like much like a sponge.



So, when you have an un-breachable fort, you defeat it by laying siege, which is typically what happened. Cutting off all of their supplies eventually forces a surrender.

I won’t go into detail about the history of the town and the fort, but if you’re curious, Rob (GoofyIsAsGoofyDoes) put together a couple of excellent chapters on the subject in one of his previous trip reports. You can find them here and here.



We didn’t have hours to spend exploring, but we were able to take some time to wander the various rooms and battlements. You enter the fort via a bridge over the “moat” area.





Inside, the first floor consists of barracks, cells, officer’s quarters, a chapel, and the magazine. Part of the fun of exploring a fort is that you never know what’s going to be peeking around the next corner.





Even if they need to be put in time out.



By far everyone’s favorite room was the magazine, which was a “secret” area where the soldiers hid their Playb—uh, ammunition deep inside a vault, in order to protect it from a direct hit under bombardment. Which would be, you know, bad. You had to enter the room by crouching through a small tunnel. This “secret” entrance immediately enhances the room beyond. There could be a half-hour-long It’s A Small World ride in there, and it would be cool because you had to crawl through a tunnel to get there.





Back outside, we climbed to the top of the walls to get a good look at the view. Here’s the sentry tower.



Sorry about the bluish tint to the photos. I think the white balance on the camera got messed up somewhere along the way.

Sheesh, these kids. Where do they get these ideas?



Oh, right. Anybody have a newspaper?



I would have gotten away with it if it wasn't for those kids.



We finished our brief tour of St. Augustine and then hit the road again for Savannah. Along the way, we called my fellow DISDad Michael (DisneyFed) once again, and this time he must have run out of excuses to avoid us because he agreed to meet. We caught up with him at the Georgia welcome center just across the state line.



Ever watch NCIS? That’s what Fed does in real life. In fact, I believe he has also consulted on the show once or twice. He is also an Iraq veteran, and I was glad to be able to shake his hand and thank him for serving our country. As it turned out, he had just been on a drug raid in the wee hours of the morning the day he met up with us, and was just about exhausted. Yet he still spent an hour hanging out with us at the rest area telling us all sorts of war stories. He’s a fascinating guy, and I could have listened for hours. But we needed to get up the road, and he needed to get some rest. I’m grateful he took the time to meet up with us.

Night was falling quickly, and with it any chance of being able to explore the city of Savannah. I felt bad about that—part of the reason we’d booked a hotel near there was so we could at least spend a little bit of time wandering the city. But staying on Disney property through the morning meant that wasn’t going to happen. So we’ll just have to come back next time.

We did manage one more gourmet meal for dinner, though.



In case you were wondering, we got waffles. And hash browns, covered and smothered. The kids may or may not have put chocolate chips in their waffles.

We made it to the hotel and checked in, and pretty much passed out for the evening. In the morning, we discovered that instead of the Savanna View Room we’d enjoyed the past few nights, this hotel had given us the coveted Parking Lot/Gas Station view.



Sigh. I hate coming back to the real world.

The next day was all driving, straight back to Delaware. I’d try and make it sound like it was interesting, but then you’d have to call out the whole chapter as a lie. So you can just rest assured that we made it back safe and sound. And broke. We'd fulfilled the first rule of vacationing: at the end of the day, be sure you go home alive. Here endeth the lesson.

Operation Big Thunder was a success.

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Look... me and the McDonald's people got this little misunderstanding. See, they're McDonald's... I'm McDowell's. They got the Golden Arches, mine is the Golden Arcs. They got the Big Mac, I got the Big Mick. We both got two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions, but their buns have sesame seeds. My buns have no seeds.

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Our cash supply (and our PB&J supply) was dwindling so low at this point, we did the unthinkable—we decided we needed an extremely cheap lunch and stopped at McDonald’s. Now I don’t really have anything against McDonald’s, but over the last couple of years we’ve developed a reputation of finding more unique holes-in-the-wall for our dining pleasure
And let's face it, who has 2 hours to sit around a wait for a table to get a pizza?


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We drove up I-4 towards Orlando a little ways and then spotted one of the ubiquitous (how’s that for an SAT word?)
Hold on, let me Google it....


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We followed the signs, left the highway, and the next thing we knew, we’d inadvertently stumbled into this:

Holy crap...it's a train wreck...I....can't...look....away....

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That spectacularly awful-looking building is the World's Largest McDonald's.
Nope. The World's largest was the one set up in the Olypmic village in London - which as we all know took place July 27-August 12. However, you checked out of AKV on July 25th, a full two days before the Opening Ceremonies. However, I have a hard time believing that the London McDonald's didn't open at least a few days before the games started. (I started Googling "ubiquitous", but that got boring really fast)

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There were different areas offering different menu items (including a spot for McPizza)
It's still got to be better than Pizza Hut, right? Right?


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If you’ve ever been in an arcade or a Chuck E. Cheese (one of Barry’s favorite places), you’ve seen what this is like.
Every few months my kids' school has a fundraising night at Chuck E's. We always seem to be busy that night, darn the luck. One time I was busy rotating the air in my spare tire. That's an important maintenance task that is often overlooked.

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It's good to see that the Rally Monkey has found new employment.

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By far everyone’s favorite room was the magazine, which was a “secret” area where the soldiers hid their Playb—uh,
Playbills? They hid their Broadway play programs? That seems like an odd thing to want to keep from falling into enemy hands.


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No, but under my mattress I keep some of my dad's old Playb....oh...I see what you were doing up there in that last comment.


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We finished our brief tour of St. Augustine and then hit the road again for Savannah. Along the way, we called my fellow DISDad Michael (DisneyFed) once again, and this time he must have run out of excuses to avoid us because he agreed to meet. We caught up with him at the Georgia welcome center just across the state line.
Everyone seems to be meeting up with Fed at the state line. I kind of have to avoid him at all costs.

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Hey kids, want to see what I just confiscated?


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In case you were wondering, we got waffles. And hash browns, covered and smothered.
Excellent choice. How was the hotel bathroom when you left in the morning?



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In the morning, we discovered that instead of the Savanna View Room we’d enjoyed the past few nights, this hotel had given us the coveted Parking Lot/Gas Station view.
Excellent.


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It's because, you know, I've been so busy updating my TR.
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See, they're McDonald's... I'm McDowell's. They got the Golden Arches, mine is the Golden Arcs. They got the Big Mac, I got the Big Mick. We both got two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions, but their buns have sesame seeds. My buns have no seeds.

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After reading many of your posts for some strange reason John Lennons song
"Beautiful Boy" pops into my mind.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAdn_7LJF20

I would change it to "Beautiful Family".

You are a great father!!!!

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Ugh - no matter how hard I try to be first, someone always beats me to it.

Another great update. What? no stop at South of the Border on the way home!

What? no savannah view. Curious? Where did you stay near Savannah? Was it cheap? Was it OK. I have to pick a place to stay on the way down in June. I definitely want to see Saint Augustine.

So, hypothetically speaking - if I leave Savannah at 8 am and tour St Augustine for a couple hours, how long will it take me to get to Orlando. Ball Park. I like how the visitor center is within walking distance to everything. I am definitely stopping there this summer.

You got some great shots that I didn't copy and paste because I was too busy copying movie quotes. Oh well. I love the kids in time out. Awesome. Is that on your Christmas card this year?

I am so bummed your TR is over. Is it really over? Guess you need a Hawaii PTR!!!!! Just saying.
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That Mc Donald's was h-o-r-r-i-b-l-e. Talk about sensory overload.

And really....shouldn't they have Savanna view rooms in Savannah? I mean....really.
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Heading back to the real world is never fun. The last broke day. I know it well and can easily see how it might result in a McDonalds misadventure. Ugh.

Waffle house though I love that place! That would lessen the pain a little.

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Julie took the kids to let them run around in the play area while I attempted to decipher the right way to order a meal.
That must be an Orlando thing. Even at Disney they can't seem to be consistent in the method of ordering.

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It was basically a mass of slides, climbing areas and arcade games all crammed together.
And I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that the noise level was a few decibels more than a 747 at take off.

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Plus we had to go to the bathroom.
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How did you get a cannon ball there????

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Well you made the most of going home.

You delayed leaving property until you really had too.

You took a chance on the wildest lunch yet.

Made time for a DISmeet and a tour in the oldest city.

Drove somewhere else- Savannah and crashed for the night only to get up and drive some more....

I. AM. TIRED...
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