Comfort Inn - Pensacola / N Davis Hwy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... here! It is amazing! It's an Irish pub. Cool atmosphere, big portions. After dinner, Riley showed us the sights around town and took us to Pensacola Beach. We didn't stay out late because Evan and I want to get up early and head out. But it was nice to visit with a good friend before we left.
Miles travelled: 279
Hours on the road: 4.5
Total miles: 279
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... 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.
... for what felt like an eternity but was probably much shorter, our wonderful beach neighbors helped him back.
After the beach we took a scenic drive through the Gulf Shores National Seashore while the kids sacked out in the car. Then dinner and a great fireworks show on the bay! Great day in Florida and we're excited to get to Nora Carolina to see the Murphys tomorrow!
... was anything but enjoyable with toddlers surrounding our row. We dreaded the 6 hour layover in Miami, but the time went by rather quickly. We had initially thought that we would venture out of the airport and kill some time shopping, but after an hour and a half getting through customs and passport checks and a sudden rainstorm, we decided to explore what turned out to be a ...
Spent the day in Pensacola today to visit the Fort Pickens unit of the National Seashore. This is the largest of three forts that guarded the entry into Pensacola Bay. This is directly across the narrow entry of the bay from Fort Barrancas, where we went yesterday. This fort is very similar in design to Barrancas (the new part, built by the U.S.), but this one is much bigger. The brick five-point design ...