The Old Carrabelle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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Travel Blogs from Carrabelle
... not include new friends we've met, like this week, when we discovered that the couple who pulled into this park behind us just happen to be best friends with the only people we know in Traverse City, Michigan - we ended up becoming the kind of friends who will be sure to meet up again, somewhere down the road!
So, here we go with ...
... apalachicola is another fishing village only bigger than Carrabelle. it is also very charming and we both loved it in old downtown. there is lots of history in Apalachicola as well. and the Apalachicola forest is in between Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
our rv park, called Ho Hum is right on the water and we have a water front site. dolphins wander by. the wading birds are here at low tide. the red breasted mergansers are around when the tide is high. ...
... that connects one bay to the next. The ditch was back! It was so narrow here that it appeared as if we were traveling on land as we monitored our progress on the GPS. This portion of the trip was pretty monotonous but pleasant due to the excellent weather. In fact, the weather and water conditions were so good that we made great time and decided as a group to press on to Carrabelle, our last stop before the CROSSING. We left the ditch and entered St.George Sound, a ...
... once so we bundled up and hit the trail early afternoon. We only made it a couple of miles down the dune trail before giving in and heading back up along the beach for on one and only stroll along the water. If it was just two out of the three I think we would have pressed on but the combination of wind, cool temps and wetness was too much to overcome to enjoy the walk. After a quick shower the three of us got in the car and set out on a tour ...
... It's been fun, hasn't it? It went by too quickly! And the precious moments with loved ones, you know who you are. And our Alaska friends as well. We can't remember when we've had a more heartfelt time. But we still have a journey yet to go. North through Tallahassee to I-10, via Jacksonville and then scoot for home. We hope you've enjoyed traveling along as much as we did bringing all this to you. Stay tuned for home bound travels.