The Old Carrabelle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Carrabelle Hotel
Great place to stay, very authentic rooms, very reasonable priced, wish we was staying more than one night.
Would definitely stay here again
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... we had a laid back day of visiting Apalachicola and having a late fried oyster lunch. Followed by a multihour walk on the beach for me listening to TED talks and a bit of heron and sunset fun.
now back to books and bourbon or books and wine, as the case may ...
... kinda looks like it went broke. it has some charming things about it but our guess is it lost lots of money during the bp spill, just sayin, no one has said it to us and we haven't read it, but..... there are lots of junk stores, which I got to go to, I just love the junk stores and flea markets, Randi stayed in the car with phoebe and her kindle! but the most fun shopping was in apalachicola , unique stores and great restaurants. although, we only went ...
... up on these magnificent creatures. They are quite intelligent and have a fascinating social culture of their own. One interesting tidbit discovered is that dolphins have amazing healing powers so that they are able to recover from very deep wounds or gashes, no doubt a helpful asset when dodging predators or boat motors.
It would have been nice to be on the bays or open water but a good deal of our cruise was spent navigating yet another long stretch of ...
... as well but I felt like the cheese masked too much of the oyster’s natural flavor.
After finishing our oysters we walked around town a bit and stopped in at Cafe Con Leche for a mid-day caffeine kick. While we sipped on our lattes and mocha we finished and uploaded a couple blog posts and made reservations for our next destination, Grayton Beach State Park, which is between Panama City (Kraig’s old stomping grounds) and ...
... Island and it was a another experience. Traveled by bridge to the Island and then 6 more miles to St. George State Park. Plenty of RV sites and plenty of privacy from your camper neighbor. Florida has some great state parks.
Delicious meals were had locally and they really made everyone feel at home. Neat place for vacations and to unwind. We would certainly recommend it.
Okay, ready to button up and head for ...