Crowne Plaza Hotel Pensacola Grand
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Today I received an note from a good friend that is traveling with us.
“ Larry, Joe patties is in Pensacola Florida and Top sail rv resort is in Sana Rosa beach next to Destin.We just had a Happy Hour together so I understand the typos. ”
To set the record straight he is right on all accounts.
It didn't take us long to get to the camp site at Pensacola Beach. It's also called Santa Rosa Island and is attached by a massive road bridge. Lots of beach houses, hotels and restaurants on the way (just like Cayman) and then a road with white sands on either side. It's a National Park and also has an old Civil War Union Fort. The camp site was away from the beach and surprisingly crowded, only to find out that it is another holiday weekend for Columbus Day. We put up ...
Had a lazy morning and took our time getting ready, but heading for Florida. We both could have stayed longer in Nashville for sure as there was so much good music playing every night and it has such a good vibe. Hit the road and enjoyed the trees and hills. In Alabama we noticed that the price for petrol had ...
... to see it. The museum is located in the navy base, also home to the Blue Angels aerobatic team. Sadly, we missed their practice session, but the museum visit made up for it.
The array of exhibits ranges from not long after the Wright brothers' era to the space age. While you might not associate the US navy with aviation, in fact it's a large part of what they do (think ...
Our first stop in Pensacola was the park visitor's center at Gulf Islands National Seashore. We went to the Naval Live Oaks station,south of Pensacola in Gulf Breeze. This is located on land that was purchased by John Quincy Adams as the nation's first national tree farm. The wood of the Live Oak, it turns out, is an extremely dense wood that, once upon a time, could repel the kind of shot ...