Suburban Extended Stay Bay Meadows
8285 Philips Highway
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Phone: (904) 448-0021
Fax: (904) 448-0032
The Ul Ansar Mosque is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. People come here to worship, as there is prayer held five times a day, and for different services and meetings. Worshipers come here to bond with each other and the youngsters get acquainted with their religion.
At World Gym in Jacksonville, one can expect professional trainers, spacious work out areas and a salient appraisal of one's mind and body. They claim to "understand and deliver" to the member's needs-- be it a good physique, a healthier lifestyle or even peace of mind while exercising in a decent environment. They function through the week and have a management that is very accessible.
A Social Affair Dance Studio was founded in 1995 and is now the number 1 dance studio in Florida. There is something to learn for people of all ages at this place. Programs such as Baby Ballroom and Youth Classes are sure to interest the younger age group. Apart from Salsa, Rumba and Tango, you can also sign up for unusual dance classes like Bachata, Hustle and Cuban Motion. And if you want to brush up on your couple-dancing steps, there is the classic Ballroom Dance lessons.
The Auditorium is located within the Bolles School which serves as a venue for the activities organized by the school itself. Besides it is available on rental basis for shows and concerts as well. The space is enough to accommodate more than 600 people in theater style. The auditorium is also well-equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for any kind of show or concert taking place here.
Bolles Ponte Vedra Beach is a campus located in the Bolles School. This foundation serves students from pre-kindergarden to grade 12. This school is beautifully located adjacent to the beach, with its grounds covering 12 acres. The outstanding aspect of their teaching is that they create a sense of exploration and personal values in the students. They have a varied syllabus, and learning is made interesting here.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
By booking a taxi 24 hours in advance you can avail of a pick-up at your doorstep or anywhere that you desire. With rates starting reasonably low, you are assured a comfortable and affordable means of traveling. A-Team also organizes airport transfers and out-of-town trips.
Doing Dishes is a creative venture that lets people of all ages give vent to their artistic imagination and creativity while having fun. Pick and choose pieces of ceramic that you would like to paint. Colors, brushes and staff assistance is provided and once you are done, just turn it in and pick the finished baked product a week later! Doing Dishes also teaches participants how to fuse glass. All in all, it makes for a fun thing to do at birthday parties, fund-raisers and even at the camp hosted by Doing Dishes.
Wat Khmer Savy Rattanaram is a Cambodian Buddhist temple in Jacksonville. Although it is tucked among homes on Clinton Avenue, the temple is one of the largest such temples in the United States. The large Buddha statue inside and many building materials were brought in from Cambodia. The size and shape of the temple is similar to the ones in Cambodia and has been built strictly according to Buddhist rules.
Memorial Hospital is a full-service hospital offering acute care services. It has a total of 353 beds. In addition to an Emergency and Trauma Center, it features helicopter transportation and a new Women's Center.
Spanning across more than 1,300 acre, the University of North Florida (U.N.F.) is a public university that provides comprehensive programs in 5 separate colleges spread across the campus. These programs include courses in coastal biology, nursing, business and jazz, which attracts more than 16,000 students every year from across the world. Comprising of 28 buildings that are equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology, the campus also consists of 5 residence structures for foreign students. The addition of Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville in 2009 along with the existing U.N.F. Arena and Fine Arts Center serves as an avenue for arts and culture. Call or visit their website for more information.
All Saints dates back to 1895, constructed with the help from the Florida East Coast Railroad. Located near the historic San Marco Square area, it is a short drive from downtown. All Saints Early Learning and Community Care Center provides a safe, friendly place for both young children and seniors in need. Funeral services are also provided to those particular needs, as well.