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All of you digital nomads should be getting on your knees in thanks to the birthplace of the personal computer (aka laptop) and its inventor, Don Estridge.  Without it, the digital nomad would not exist.  This is where "The Creature from the Black Lagoon" was filmed and the town that was Hollywood before "the" Hollywood existed.  During the 1910 era there were over 2 dozen silent movie studios opened in Jacksonville.  You can even take a peek at a studio from this time at the Jacksonville Silent Film Museum at Norman Studios. It is where the Beetles refused to play until the audience was desegregated in the 1964 and where the "Blues" were first officially performed.  In a salute to this fact, the annual Spring Blues Festival at Jacksonville Beach is the longest and largest blues festival in the United States, whilst its jazz festival is the second biggest one in the country.

A large city in the northeastern part of Florida, it sits on the convergence of St John's River and the Atlantic Ocean. Originally named "Cowford" because of the number of cattle that used to cross the St John's River, some of the oldest pottery remnants in the country have been found in the area dating back to 2500BC. Originally home to the Timucua people, Jacksonville became a French colony in 1564 when Fort Caroline was established.  On its fringe is the major military and civilian deep-water port, Port of Jacksonville.

Awash in golf courses for the golfing maniacs, Jacksonville hosts annually the biggest king fishing competition, the AT&T Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament, for the angling enthusiasts.  Nicknamed the "River City by the Sea", you should head to the locals' beach hangout, Atlantic Beach, if you want to get away from the tourist hordes at the main beach.  There is over 46,000 acres of nature to explore at the Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve or the Cummer Museum to roam around if you want to get out of the sun for a while.  It is always fun to let the kid in you out, so head to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens where you can eyeball a tiger.  For the petrol heads there is the Autobahn Indoor Speedway and for an interesting saunter, head to the Riverside Arts Market on a Saturday afternoon.

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