Beachfront Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We walked the beach for miles picking up shells & watching the plover, sandpipers & pelicans. This is why we came here!! Now if the wind would die down ...
... to a condo we have set up to stay in next week. This gives us the chance to get van parts, books, meds and other things we have wanted to get but since we have no permanent mailing address it is difficult to have them shipped to us. We just haven't been in one place long enough to get mail. That’s one of the challenges of constantly moving around on a trip like this. The thunderstorm caught up to us again and it rained off and on all ...
... cotton sail inn has been a complete success, I found out it's not so much a hotel as boutique experience? But whatever it is, it's good. We wandered along the historic riverfront looking for breakfast and found it at Huey's where we had Eggs Benedict and Beignets? These are a type of doughnut popular in New Orleans? And Savannah now.
We moved along the street and visited a few shops but ...
... 8211; there was only one stop, but they drove past a few of the key sights. The stop was at the Saturn V/ Apollo center. This place had a few films about what was going on at the time and then a huge range of artifacts from rockets and parts of space craft, moon rocks and spacesuits. There was lots to see here. After wandering around here for a bit i caught the bus back to the main visitors center. Here there was a few more ...
... stop Pensacola. The drive was uneventful and there is not much to see until we reached a town called Navarre. We were now driving on a skinny strip of land that overall looked like one big scrubby beach with the ocean clearly visible on both sides. As we progressed towards Gulf Breeze, our overnight destination, we entered a wildlife reserve consisting of miles of white sands and dunes. It was very ...