Beachwalk Villas at Sandestin
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We woke up early to enjoy the beach and hoped to see dolphins but no luck. The beach was stunning though. We had breakfast and packed up to leave. They gave us a CD on check out from the Inn of romantic beach music! Such a nice touch. I was sad to leave. It was so nice there.
We ended up with a 7 hour drive plus the hour that ...
... but eating was difficult and the eagle eyed seagull was standing by for any handouts which he did not get since last night I witnessed what happens when you feel one seagull and 10,000 of his closest friends and enemies come to join the possible feast (a young child was feeding them bread up from us at the next beach area). So I had to inform him of this dilemma I was in. But he was persistent and danced around us the whole ...
... one of the cheaper rooms to keep costs down but I don’t feel like we are missing anything at all. We have room 302 which is 3rd floor of the main building (no elevators…so lots of steps which is what my legs need anyway) and we have a queen bed facing the state park with a small balcony. It also overlooks the ocean from a side view. I think that is just fine. We are right on the beach so it’s ...
... over Lake Ponchartrain. This elevated highway is 23 miles in length and 8 miles of it is out of sight of land.
My daily mileage quotas will be slightly higher than on the way down, we took 7 days to get to Atlanta doing 650 km/day, but my departure point is about 900 km farther east & south. I have 8 days to get home and want to do at least 700 km a day. I would like my last day, as always, to be a short day, maybe from my ...
... by far. An elegant ship, a great stateroom suite and fantastic food and stops at different ports. Rome was the favorite city, especially the Colosseum and the Vatican. Venice was choice 2 because of its uniqueness and the friendliness of the people who live and work there. Dubrovnik, Kotor and Pula were great stops and I’m glad we got to see them. The crush of people in the big cities in Europe in August can be ...