The Pearl of Navarre Beach
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Left New Orleans heading to Pensacola. First stop was at Bellengrath Gardens in Theodore. The gardens were beautiful and the house was very impressive. I still didn't see an alligator but did see a large Gar in the bayou. We had lunch in the cafe and most people went and put their bathers on for the beach. I will give 2 hours at the beach a miss. Travelling into Mobile, it was just how you imagine. Fairly wet, swampy land. ...
... really busy which was a bit annoying but it was a nice beach! Within about an hour it was thundering and lightening while we were in the sea which was new. Everyone ran from the beach and we followed. We decided to call it a day as it was stormy for a while so we went to a restaurant which was popular for alligator watching. There was a walkway all around it and you could feed them with a pole and a ...
Sadly, we have to leave Louisiana, the beignets and the amazingly friendly people there. We will be back for sure!
Although driving there is a bit scary (louisiana-lane-changers: going from the far right lane to the far left lane in 0.23 seconds) the landscape, history and ...
Tap, tap, tap goes a small finger on Matt's forward. Matt opens his eyes and says, "yes?" "The suns out," Oliver exclaims! A cue for us to get up and play. What a nice day of relaxation. We had no plans, just to hang out with Jason and the boys. Jason of course fed us some very delicious eggs with toast for breakfast. We continued chatting away like we did last night. Sadly Julie had to go to work but wasn't ...
... Pickens located at the entrance of Pensacola harbor. Built in the early 1800’s, the fort has stood ready to protect the harbor from pirates, Confederate soldiers during the Civil War, and enemy invasions during both WWI & WWII. Part of the National Seashore includes the Naval Live Oaks where native dense wood oaks were cultivated for shipbuilding. Old Ironsides was made from ...