Coombs House Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoombs House Inn Apalachicola
Das Haus ist wirklich toll. Großartige Renovierung und ein großes Zimmer. Kurz: alles, was nicht mit dem Personal zu tun hat ist gut. da hört es dann leider auf. Keiner der Angestellten identifiziert sich mit dem Haus oder versucht gar, es für die Gäste nett zu machen. Die Stimmung untereinander ist angespannt die Antworten auf Fragen z.B nach einer vegetarischen Option beim Frühstück giftig. Einzig die Lady, die auch die historische Einführung gemacht und uns beim Einchecken den Zimmertausch ermöglicht hat, ist sehr nett. Schade!
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... The weather is a bit overcast. The stiff offshore breezes along the shores make it a bit chilly. Once again, we must thank our Canadian friends for this latest Siberian Express which drove down the temperatures upon our arrival. Luckily, this does not last and we do enjoy some warm and sunny days as well. However, on this outing, although it is feasible to be canoeing and kayaking in the bay, we choose to keep warm on dry land protected by the ...
... for 2014 - our 9th year on the road:
MOTORHOME MILES DRIVEN: 10,528 (2,549 of which were in the new rig)
(a pretty good "average" number for us-our most was in '06, at 15, 097)
AUTOMOBILE MILES DRIVEN: 16,070 Miles
(This is the most miles we've ever put on the car since we started full-timing.)
GALLONS OF DIESEL ...
... Harley shot passed, did a "U-ee", came back chatted and gave us precise directions to Perry!
From Perry it was the delightful sounding Coastal Highway through Wakulla, by Crawfordville, through Panacea, past the Ochlockonee Bay area and onto Apalachicola - what wonderful sounding places. We passed a sign for the Crawfordville's "Worm Grunting Festival". We stopped for fuel where the ...
... to have a boat and captain license. They fish to eat and to make a living. The other day, a couple of women drove their truck to the marina and sold some beautiful shrimp they had caught earlier in the day. (Yummmm.... you can bet we bought some!) Living off the water is very much a way of life for these people. Right across from where we are moored is a cute little trawler occupied by a little old lady and her tiny dog. Every other day or so, she rows over to ...
... area. As it is, we're patient and polite, waiting our turns to move about.
At the request of our niece, Amy, I did take an extra fifteen minutes of sun near a large pool of water just through the trees from our site. (In thinking, I do believe I've already written a bit about this park, but, what the hey?) The light breeze kept us from overheating and the sun itself was glorious. It's all good...