Nostalgic 1950's Panama City Beach Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and headed down to the beach which was quite literally on our doorstep. When I got onto the beach I was feeling self conscious but eventually got the confidence to go into the water with about a group of 20 of the others. And I am SO glad I did. The water and the beach and just being there with the group was so incredible. I felt like this was a huge step for me. I had ...
... in like we owned the place (Rule #14 of being in an RV). We stayed and swam in their pool for about an hour, before noticing that all other people swimming had green wristbands. Not wanting to tempt fate, we upped and left.
We had seen several surf stores on the way in. As itīs end of season here, Andrew got a great pair of boardies for $9 and the girls each got a great 2nd skin each at $14. After the shopping, we went for sundowners at ...
The day started at breakfast. Rice Krispies believe it or not, nice English cereal! Had to be on the bus to leave New Orleans for 7.45am. Had to wait an hour on the bus as one girl had a few drinks the night before bless her and forgot her alarm but we found her in the end and got going. We then set off for Panama beach! Couple of hours later we stopped have way in Alabama!! Sweet ...
... everyone else went for shrimp of some kind, while I took ribs (when in the states, you gotta right?). They were melt in the mouth, sweet and sticky, everything ribs should be. But the cocktails were the coolest, big personal pitchers called 'tubes' of frozen easy to drink but potent goodness! All in all Leah seemed to have a good birthday! On our final day I got up early to go fishing with Tim. I'd never been fishing before (I know, criminal for ...
... got to go do a little shopping. After that we did some laundry, man that piles up fast at beach stops! Dollar store proved useful for balloons, never a dull day with balloons! And ended the day with salmon on cedar plank. Oh wow. That's been mamas favorite so far, WAY ...