Travelodge Pensacola Beach
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Travel Blogs from Pensacola Beach
... on some very small waves, Ryan put on his fins and was motoring around, so much so I was nervous he was getting too far away. We build sand castles, Megan made sand angels (her idea and it was hilarious!). We had a few scares too, Russ stepped on a sting ray and thankfully only got a small shock with no lasting effects. When we were taking down our canopy Ryan wandered off and ...
... We hit some bad traffic just outside if Baton Rouge and lost us about an hour. Dinner stop in Biloxi Mississippi and then the last 120 miles to Pensacola! There were of course several other bathrooms stops sprinkled in there :) The kids went a little crazy when we got to our hotel, lots of pent up energy to burn but were happy and having a great time. We can't wait to hit the beach ...
... what we could have ever imagined! We saw and experienced so many new things and learned so much about the different cultures, food, languages and of course, how to improve our planning for our next trip!!! The girls are already talking about that next trip...which will be quite a while away! For now, we have a ton of pictures and memories to go through...until next time ...
... same, but this one took 21.5 million bricks instead of 6 million. The parade ground of Pickens is half-filled with a huge concrete gun battery that was added in 1898 after it became clear that the new technology on ships had made the old brick batteries obsolete. That building is an enormous eyesore--all painted in stark black paint.
This fort is one of four in the south that was held by ...
... it over by treaty. They US army built the larger portion of the fort, a brick structure of 6 million bricks. Construction took 60 men six years. The work was done largely by slaves, and the Park Service has made a very thorough job of pointing that out, as well as the irony of it: several forts built to protect the sovreignity of the new nation was built by people without freedom ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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