Baymont Inn & Suites Mary Esther/Fort Walton Beach
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... is the south, it just a shower. By the time we came out, it had stop raining. Humid as hell, but no rain. That I don't miss. The Gulf Coast towns was having a huge Classic Car Show & Auction. From Long Beach to Biloxi, the highway was lined with spectators and classic cars. Traffic was crawling at a 5 mph, hence why we stop at Treasurer Island Casino. Erik has never gambled, so what better thing to do but show ...
... in time change. I was so thankful that the time change happened on the drive home though and not on the way to Destin as I had originally thought. We also hit a lot of rain to the point where I could hardly see where I was going. It was bad. I was glad to make it home safe and sound after white knuckling the steering wheel for hours.
... one of them took a nibble. But they are harmless. We also noticed there are no shells here. It is almost remarkable. I don’t know that I have ever experienced a beach with literally no shells.
For dinner we went to Camille’s which is literally 2 stop signs down the road. They had sushi and it was amazing. Plus it was special sushi night tonight ($6 rolls) so we ate up! They also had the most wonderful bread pudding. ...
... and Panama City and found many more miles of white sand beaches. About 2 miles from the campground (an easy bike
ride away) was a small touristy town where the sidewalks were lined with about
8 small airstream campers converted into snack bars, each one serving something
different; hot dogs, sandwiches, tacos, soft drinks and beer. We definitely want to plan another trip to
spend more time on the panhandle and the beaches.
We made it home on time but with a few bumps and bruises along the way. The line to check bags at JFK was 45 minutes long. Then we had to take a tram all the way around the airport to get to our terminal. It was a hike from there to get inside. Once inside we asked to be moved up through security because we were running out of time, but when have you known a line to move fast. Dan ended up carrying his shoes and belt in one hand and holding up his pants with ...