Baymont Inn and Suites Crestview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Crestview
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 ...
... and sausage and the best potatoes ever. We tried to eat outside on the patio but then quickly realized the rain was starting to blow sideways and eventually we had to move inside. We then came back to bed. It felt so nice to do NOTHING and have no where to go or any obligation at all to be somewhere or feeling like we were missing anything. For lunch you get a picnic boxed lunch that you order the night before. They also have ...
... 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 ...
... 130 km from the Alabama state border for a fuel stop. As I am pumping gas I notice an Econo Lodge over my shoulder and a restaurant bar advertising an all you can eat seafood buffet. It is a natural trifecta! I have travelled 720 km so all conditions are met!
The seafood buffet is a little bit of a let down, they in fact do not have a liquor license and the crab legs are the smallest I have ever been served, but hey, it was $15.00 ...
... we arrived in Navarre, more specifically the home of Brenda, Skeets, and Travis Mez and Chad Johnson. We were welcomed in and ate watermelon before dinner. The Mez's have two cute little dogs named Mozart and Cowboy; they were all kind enough to welcome Lew and I AND Lola for the evening. Travis entertained us with goofy jokes, and we got to know the rest of the Mez family, as we had not met before. They had lived in the Big Sandy, Texas area before moving to ...