Travelodge Pensacola Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Left New Orleans heading to Pensacola. First stop was at Bellengrath Gardens in Theodore. The gardens were beautiful and the house was very impressive. I still didn't see an alligator but did see a large Gar in the bayou. We had lunch in the cafe and most people went and put their bathers on for the beach. I will give 2 hours at the beach a miss. Travelling into Mobile, it was just how you imagine. Fairly wet, swampy land. ...
The state of Florida (our 10th state so far) has this funny bit that sticks out to the northwest along the top of the Gulf of Mexico - called the panhandle, it prevents Georgia having a southern coastline - and restricts Alabama to just a little bit. It also has two time zones, just to be confusing, and provides a home, in Pensacola for the National Naval Aviation Museum. So of course ...
Sadly, we have to leave Louisiana, the beignets and the amazingly friendly people there. We will be back for sure!
Although driving there is a bit scary (louisiana-lane-changers: going from the far right lane to the far left lane in 0.23 seconds) the landscape, history and ...
Well, after much packing checking and re packing we are ready to fly! With their passports in hand, the girls bravely walked through their first TSA check point. While we were checking in Michael asked the attendant if the girls could have a pair of wings. Proudly pinned, we headed for security. Aaralyn strutted down the gateway as ...
... He also told us that the folks coming down had the right of way so if we encounter anyone, please move to the middle of the staircase and stop.
So, after all of the instructions, we were sent off to head for the top. We met a few people coming down and did our part by moving aside. Before too long, we made it to the light. I forgot to mention that this lighthouse was built in 1858 and is still being used to this day, albeit with ...