Nostalgic 1950's Panama City Beach Bed and Breakfast
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Never changed the alarm clock and woke up early for a breakfast. Then Coach Crawl to go through all the different units. We had a group shot photo. Then for a Soup Supper catered. Very hood homemade soup and desserts. Hung around for a little karaoke. Ate dinner with Jim and Nadine, Lester and Margaret. Pooped ...
... got spaghetti for our lunch which didn't taste too bad for saying it was from a shopping mall food court. We chatted to Coll, Renee and Evie about going to the outlet shops in Florida tomorrow which should be good...hopefully I don't spend lots of money haha. When we got back on to the coach we played coach introductions for the second time for the new people who got on board today we had to tell everyone our name, our age, where we are from plus 2 truths and a lie. Mine were "I ...
... to spend a few days in the area this year. Several RV acquaintances had recommended Topsail Hill Preserve State Park as the best place to stay in the area and we locked in for 3 nights in the park. Topsail comprises a large tract of land with about 2 miles of ocean front. Named for its tall uniquely shaped dunes it is wooded with spacious camp sites and numerous bicycle and hiking trails. It is ...
... that was loose while Captain Bart gallantly wrestled the waves. At one point, he handed the wheel to First Mate, who quickly handed it back when the wheel spun out of control and caused the boat to list at a 45 degree angle. Things were made even more hectic by the new electrical equipment recently installed. We thought we had it figured out before we left but when we actually had to use it, it was a bit more complicated than expected. We quickly gave up on the GPS ...
... it. As my Mom would say, “what else do you have to do?”
We finished our laundry at likely the nicest laundromat we will ever use and headed into Destin for dinner and a bit of football. McGuire’s Irish Pub had been recommended by Jay, and was also easily the top restaurant on Yelp for the area. With over $1 million in single dollar bills hanging from the ceiling and a plethora of bras, it was a sprawling pub that included a pizza ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking