BEST WESTERN PLUS Tallahassee North Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... was parking all along the road. And finally we entered Gulf Port where there was a marina and casino which we had seen on a previous trip when we had driven along these beaches from the east through Destin and Panama City.
We turned back to the north at Gulf Port and returned to I-10 for the push to Tallahassee. It was a long day of driving with a time change, getting us to the hotel after 5 PM. Tomorrow we plan to visit the capitol before heading for ...
... They are so lucky!" We turn to see that she is extremely impressed by the Denny’s restaurant on the campus grounds. Ah, to be a kid.
Marcus’s tour also includes a welcomed stop at the local college "coffee shop", the Sweet Shop, that is nearly the same as when Marcus was a student, except now has free wifi. Large tables and comfortable chairs make this the perfect place to come and hangout or ...
Not a whole lot to share for today. We both went to work for most of the day and got on the road about 5 PM for a 4 hour drive to Thomasville, GA, where we spent the night with some friends. We had not seen the NeSmith's in a couple years so it was great to spend some time with them even though it was short. It's incredible how fast kids can start playing with other kids they've never met and act like they've known each other for years in no time at all.
Miles driven to date: 293
... 4-lane highway, complete with a new bridge over the bay. As we got closer to the I-10 we could see just how much of the forest was removed to allow room for the new road.
Once we hit the I-10 it was smooth sailing, but a bit boring. Our only stop was at a rest area to allow the three of us to check out the plumbing. It was a beautiful area, carved out of the forest. It served our purpose so off we went once again. Between ...
... encrusted pork loin, oven baked potatoes with cubed carrots, onion and turnip and a tossed salad. A lively conversation ensued regarding our next days drive considering the tropical storm Ana was expected to hit Charleton and Myrtle beach tomorrow morning, our scheduled next stop. Oh my! Watching the news and weather channel and Fay freaking out a little, it was decided that our next destination would be Savannah, North Carolina, 120 miles away from the affected ...