Last February, my family and I stayed at a hotel right on the Atlantic Ocean in Daytona Beach, Florida. It was where we stayed for about 2.5 days (out of the total 7 days we spent in Florida), and it was hands down the best part of our trip. You could hear and see the waves and seagulls from our balcony, and the weather was sunny and warm.
The hotel was right along the main road through town (Atlantic Ave) and–as you might imagine–it was all ‘lodgy’ and touristy on the ocean side of the road.
If you crossed the road and went a block or more over on the other side, however, you immediately found yourself in residential neighborhoods. So, I took a little walk over there with my camera one day.
I took photos of houses and some of the areas and buildings near the edge of the neighborhood/s where commercial activity encroaches.
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