Quality Inn At Eglin AFB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in time change. I was so thankful that the time change happened on the drive home though and not on the way to Destin as I had originally thought. We also hit a lot of rain to the point where I could hardly see where I was going. It was bad. I was glad to make it home safe and sound after white knuckling the steering wheel for hours.
... but eating was difficult and the eagle eyed seagull was standing by for any handouts which he did not get since last night I witnessed what happens when you feel one seagull and 10,000 of his closest friends and enemies come to join the possible feast (a young child was feeding them bread up from us at the next beach area). So I had to inform him of this dilemma I was in. But he was persistent and danced around us the whole ...
... also getting eaten alive by a crazy sand fly.
We decided to have dinner here at the Inn. The chef and food are supposed to be the best around and they certainly stood to that reputation! Jym had lamb and I had Grouper Vince. Both were fantastic. We also tried the portabella for an appetizer and a side of the 150 day old aged white cheddar truffled macaroni. Wow. We had no room for dessert though…sad ...
... on. It is also lighter than I remember it ever being. I depart the mo'tel that has been my home for 6 days. If I was smart I could have ordered some GoPro camera accessories and had them delivered here.
We are heading northbound on I-95 which runs parallel to the beach until we get to the Jacksonville bypass, then we pick up I-10 running westbound to Alabama and Louisiana. It is my intention to go through New Orleans so I can drive ...
... had worked on the campus), and we found that he knew the Cranes (my little sister's in-laws) very well. It is a small world, indeed.
We had to get an early start the next morning, we had a very long drive to East Texas, but Travis wanted to make sure we tried some delicious sticky buns before we left. They were, in fact, very delicious, and we got to see Navarre beach, also not dog friendly. The beach towns have not been good to Lola on this trip so far.