Turtle Beach Inn

Address: 140 Painted Pony Road, Port Saint Joe, Florida, 32456, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 140 Painted Pony Road, Port Saint Joe, is near Happy Ours Kayak and Canoe Outpost.
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    A travel blog entry by janiebob on Feb 23, 2014

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    ... takes you back in time. Seeing old fishing villages, and historic towns was great. It is amazing the diversity of scenery you will see. Rain or shine, you won't be disappointed.
    Our next destination is Pensacola to visit Leon's brother, Steve and his wife Barbara. Steve has lived in Florida since he retired from the Navy. He and Leon love to play ...

    Super Sunday

    A travel blog entry by wituckil on Feb 02, 2014

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    ... and all three dogs. We explored a few roads down the bay side, then returned back to ready ourselves for the Superbowl. We had invited Jan and Carol to join us, but like us they were pooped from all the fresh air and beach walking. The Superbowl was not so super for Star and her Peyton Manning...the final score was 43-8 and Seattle dominated. In fact we stopped watching at halftime and I happily switched over to Downton Abbey on PBS :) which was just super for ...

    Putting the George in Gorgeous

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Jan 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... balsamic) and six parmesan (baked with parmesan cheese & butter. The hand size oysters came out on lunch room trays with a side of lemon, we also got a small cup of cocktail sauce. I prefered the mignonette. The sweetness of the shallots, the kick of the habanero and the pungent caramel of the balsamic were perfect compliments to the brininess of the oyster, each flavor was distinctly present but none was overpowering. The parmesan oysters ...

    Early Morning Adventures

    A travel blog entry by patry on Apr 25, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... morning Cohen asked Bruce if he could join him. They had an amazing early morning adventure watching the sun come up, running on the beach and biking to explore new areas we hadn't been to yet. They found a great playground and watched 2 deer enjoying their breakfast. Later in the day they took us on their route so we could all see how beautiful the peninsula was.

    We found ...

    Day 5

    A travel blog entry by steenwyk on Mar 27, 2013

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    ... Pass, we drove to Apalachicola and did some shopping downtown. A highlight was a chocolate shop dressed in reclaimed wood and old brick. It was a really cool building with some awesome chocolate and gelato. At one of the shops, mom found a porch bed made out of reclaimed wood and old shutters. After Apalachicola, we came back to the condo and had some down time in the pool, reading, and napping. The highlight of the day was dinner at Indian Pass Raw Bar. ...