BEST WESTERN Navarre Waterfront
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... just off Corpus Christie for three days. Beautiful beaches and many off-shore oil rigs in the bay. A good place to rest and prepare for the drive inland.
Miracle Plumber Number Two
Our water hook-up was leaking, so I climbed under the van in a futile effort to repair it. Scott, from Tuscon, walks up and offers to help. After a quick diagnosis, he drives me to the nearest town for a new hose and ...
Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
We are ten days into our 2015 North American adventure having left home on January 10th, driving through treacherous road conditions in New Brunswick, complete with a vehicle spinning out of control in front of us. After a pleasant visit with family in Boston and friends in South Carolina we are happily enjoying sunshine and warmth in Cape ...
... as our 'sidekicks' to accompany the mound of meat and two massive slices of garlic bread that came as standard. Needless to say the majority of the restaurant clientele did not appear to be from the 36% of Floridians that have a normal/healthy BMI rating!
Leaving Tallahasee we took the coastal road that skirted the Gulf of Mexico and the further west we headed toward Pensacola the more built up it became. We did however stop in the ...
Total km driven 26,937km
Driving north on Hwy 19 up to Tallahassee the weather is cooler, trees are bigger, grass is greener & we have rolling landscape for the first time this month. The Elevation here is a whopping 203ft! it is more rural, there are a few cattle & I wonder if it is old plantation lands. We drive through poor communities with lots of old abandoned buildings.
Despite our abysmal trip through Alligator Alley we had a lovely drive as we headed north out of Florida. Once on the gulf coast Lew and I decided to stop at Siesta Key. The key is proudly adorned with signs proclaiming it the #1 Beach in the USA. It was quite beautiful, but none of the beaches were dog friendly. That leaves it's rankings far below the #1 ranking it boasts, but I'll post photos and allow you to decide for yourself.
After an interminable ...