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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa Beach
Never changed the alarm clock and woke up early for a breakfast. Then Coach Crawl to go through all the different units. We had a group shot photo. Then for a Soup Supper catered. Very hood homemade soup and desserts. Hung around for a little karaoke. Ate dinner with Jim and Nadine, Lester and Margaret. Pooped ...
... has been rubbish today as our hotel is right on the beach so we could have made good use of the beach volley ball net outside but as its tipping it down everyone just stayed in their rooms until it was time to leave. For our included dinner tonight we drove to the 'Hofbrau' beer garden restaurant which was about 15 minutes away from our hotel. It was a real German style of restaurant, the waiters were dressed up in stereotypical German clothes and there were HUGE beer glasses ...
... I had seen Dave, we had another fun evening and are hoping he and Susan can visit us in Kentucky sometime in the near future.
Topsail Hill Preserve State Park – Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Jan 22 - 24, 2014
Trip Mile Marker: 2,097
Last year we did a fast drive by through the Destin and Fort Walton Beach area. We liked what we saw ...
... write home about but the food was worth the stop for sure.
We woke up Sunday to clear blue skies without any clouds in sight. I was so excited for a day with a high of 60 and 0% chance of rain. We started the day with a good four mile run on the beach which felt incredible. We ran past the towns mentioned earlier that had enormous houses and picture perfect gazebos overlooking the gulf. Even with the perfect weather, the beach was very quiet because ...
It's busiest here in the summer and spring, when school is out. In the winter, most of our visitors are retirees from up North (like where you're from!). They call themselves Snowbirds, because they head South for the winter just like birds.
Santa Rosa Beach was originally named Hogtown Bayou. That doesn't sound nearly as nice, does it?