Best Western Isabelle Court
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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The trip from Tampa to St Andrews State Park near Panama City took about 7 hours. Most of the drive was on interstate highways ( I-75 North + I-10 West) so it was smooth, if a bit boring. I was surprised to learn that I had crossed into the Central Time Zone as I moved westward through the Florida panhandle.
The weather got cooler as I moved north and I was glad for the extra layers on the first night in the tent. It warmed up ...
... of this, it knows how to live. This is my kinda town. And it is as unAmerican as you can find...the French, the Spanish, the Italians, the English...they have all made their mark here and it is a sort of European place with Cajuns and Creole thrown in... Forget Bourbon Street...it is now just girly bars, Bud Lite and rubbish music. Venture out of the French Quarter (albeit the very beautiful French Quarter) and you are rewarded with the more real ...
... the 'bottle picker upper' etc.)
At the ripe old age of 9 Lazy Magnolia is "Mississippi's Oldest Brewery", only a few years ago they were the only brewery in MS which is pretty funny. Many of the PVC pipes were held together with duct tape. An electrical engineer and a chemical engineer couple started up the whole operation!
We arrived in NOLA and realized our outside of town hotel was very ...
... be discontinued completely as is being suggested.
We spent 2 nights down in the French
Quarter, the 30th and the 31st of December. The 30th
saw us do some tourist things, like taking the St. Charles Trolley, which I had
in my mind that I wanted to do, and now that I have wished I hadn’t bothered.
The car was packed and we had to stand up for most of it, and then the line was
under construction out past ...
... from the drivers side, but the passenger door has
drifted into a pole assuming from a drunken drive home down Co. Rd. 6, probably
the frame is bent, the 24’ trailer he lives full time in again is out of the 90s,
or at least looks it from its dirty and dilapidated condition. Something is
always running inside, would hate to be getting his electric bill,
A couple of lots east of that, spaced out by an empty lot
and 2 lots with trailers, not used ...