Martinique on the Gulf
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... is $20.95! The menu explains that the restaurant was built as a club house in 1912 and served as an area cultural center, but not necessarily an opera house. One review I read says it best: It has "beaded pine walls and ceilings and is open for the enjoyment and merriment of people from all over who enjoy dining in complete luxury, yet a casual atmosphere. The menu varies daily, but is always served on their 28ft. ...
... And if we did see one, we definitely would not aggravate it! This state park has over 2 miles of white sand beaches and we walked the distance both days -- got in our 10,000 steps happily doing so. When walking through the sand and seeing all the footprints, I was reminded of the poem that I love -- "When you see ...
... riding lawnmower is parked by the picnic tables. The shrimp buffet is spread out on 2 tables under a canopy with all food, except the shrimp, cold to the touch. The shrimp was good except we had to peel and devein every one of the little buggers! Lesson #5: Remember the adaqe ''You get what you pay for''. We worked for our dinner that night!
We inquired about Lily visiting at an Assisted ...
We are heading west across the Florida panhandle, Alabama and Mississippi on I-10 and had to stop at Bellingrath Gardens again....it's too gorgeous to pass over.
The Azaleas are all over the place and oh so colorful. We'll let the photos of the flowers and grounds below speak for themselves. (You can hit the Slideshow button at the bottom to view the ...
... a naval ship museum, John really enjoys it. I love history so I am entertained too.
The following day is warm, sunny, and slightly breezy with low humidity. After chatting with our new friends, Dale and Peggy, we head out to Orange Beach for the Festival of Arts . It is truly a small town community event and well attended. We listen to a couple of acoustic guitars while sitting along the shores of the beach with a gentle breeze and ...