Comfort Inn - Pensacola / N Davis Hwy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So thankful for ricks driving.... Went through underground bridge, many long over the water bridges and lots of miles today. Saw Mississippi, Alabama, and now in Florida. Takes 2 days to get through Texas and 2 hours to get through Mississippi and Alabama. Drove through New Orleans but didn't stop. Do have an answer to one of our questions... No, eating creole food doesn't help with Mosquitos. Oh well, didn't hurt to try! We did find ...
... all it has to offer. I am not only looking forward to teaching but also living in a new country. I never dreamed when I was a kid that I would be teaching outside the United States. I am thankful I will have friends who can help me adjust to my new adventure.
I will update as often as I can and post many pictures of my adventures over the next year. ...
... grounds surrounding the lighthouse. Some of them are Civil War relics.
After our tour, we headed to Fort Barrancas, just a short distance from the lighthouse. Fort Barrancas was constructed by the Spaniards in the late 1700s. British, French, Confederate and Union troops have all used this fort throughout its history.
It is built in such a manner that it is nearly invisible from the inland side. The fort had a dry moat, a ...
... of my fist. It was brass knuckles, a four inch knife, and a six-shot gun the size of a derringer. Defend myself any way I can. J
We toured three of the old structures-two houses and a church. They were restored and furnished with some of Mr. Wentworth’s items. There are interesting, but not outstanding.
Interesting note: The church had a center row of chandeliers to provide light. That was the first time I remember seeing that. ...
... t let me just plan my route which is a real program flaw so I had to wing my way to the highway that crossed it. That highway took me right back past my hotel from the previous few nights. Finally, despite my GPS's objections I was on the bridge. The first thing I noticed was that I couldn't see the other side of the lake. The map made the bridge look long but there was no land. It was like I was on a bridge heading out to sea. There ...