Comfort Inn - Pensacola / N Davis Hwy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Pensacola
Today is the last day of a week in Foley, AL while at the Florida Travelcade Club rally. It has been a fun week with good friends and lots of food and drinks. We went to the Foley Shrimp Festival, the road kill cafe, Jimmy Buffett's sister's restaurant called Lulu's and a number of other places that I can not remember the names of, ...
... on such a hot day. I don't think I have ever seen such a modern fort. It still had cannons. Walking around the beach near the fort, we passed many people fishing and a sandhill crane that was not afraid of us at all. There were many washed-up moon jellies and many more trapped in the surf. I felt sorry for them having no control over which direction they could move! Over head were some interesting birds; F/A-18 hornets according to Jonathan due to the naval base next ...
... 1.98 per gallon. I was amazed to see fields and fields of cotton trees! That was a first. We stopped for pulled pork for lunch at a cute road side restaurant and kept going and going until Pensacola, Florida and stopped at a hotel in Golf Breeze. It was nice to see the water and palm trees again. And to feel warm ...
... off at the Pensacola Historical Village, which had good reviews on the “Things to do”,
but there was a bike race in town and the streets were blocked off making it impossible to get there. We even had some difficulty getting to the restaurant because of it. Guess we’ll have to tour the village on our next visit. I’m sure we’ll be back. Maybe next time we can also see the Blue Angels ...
... all they way through the Civil War, and, in fact, the only time it was ever involved in a fight was during the Civil War, when the Union consolidated troops from all three of the forts there and shot it out with the Confederate troops who moved into the other two--Barrancas and McRee (pronounced "McCray"). The latter fort was essentially destroyed during that battle and was never rebuilt. Nothing ...