Pensacola Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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... when packing up this morning, he was in one of the leveling blocks underneath the tire. Kids wanted to take him with, of course. Find it interesting that each state has a different "feel" about them, pretty neat! Arrived at Santa Rosa beach state park, very beautiful, and HUMID! Love our campsite. Lots to do around here will be tough to decide, or would be if there were limitless funds. There are definitely some bucks around ...
Leaving on a jet is plane is exactly what I will be doing later today. The time has come for me to board a plane and travel across the ocean and pursue my dream of teaching. Ever since Kindergarten I have wanted to pursue a teaching career. I am excited about the opportunity that is before me.
I have a total of 30 hours of travel time from the time ...
... 45 minutes we had seen enough and decided to go take a look at the Pensacola Lighthouse, which was also on the base property. It was, in fact, just across the street from the museum.
Up to this point, everything we did has been free. The lighthouse tour was not free. We paid our $12 and the lady at the counter advised us that Cheryl's flip flops would not be allowed on the lighthouse's 177 step spiral staircase. She told Cheryl she would ...
We made our first stop on the August 14, 2014 at Pensacola Beach, Florida. We were on a road trip, so we stopped there for couple of hours and moved towards our next destination.That couple of hours were worth it in so many ways. I fell in love with the blue and the ocean all over again. There was so little crowd and it almost felt like we had the entire beach to ourselves. It is one of the most beautiful natural beach ...
... of kids at a sleep over. The gift of friends that you can be totally goofy with one minute and achingly honest with the next is truly priceless.
Pensacola is a relatively small town with a population of only about 52,000, but it is an area rich in history, and natural beauty. It is one of the oldest towns in America, first discovered in 1528 and becoming the Spanish settlement of Pensacola in the 1600's. The Pensacola Beach area is worth the trip ...