Days Inn Fort Walton Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So we arrived at this very nice house and we were greeted by a strange guy who immediately asked us to take our shoes off at the door. He showed us the kitchen and explained do not take food or drink upstairs so we were like ok. He said if we go to the beach we need to wash our feet on arrival and use the towel he has left outside. So after our marching orders we proceeded to bed. The next day we woke up ...
... late on the first night, so went with Leah's parents to a bar overlooking the beach. Was so picturesque, and we watched the sun set over the buildings. Day 1 = beach. And we sunned it up straight away. By the evening we were solidly burned, my feet got hit bad and Leah got a nasty burn on her face. But we didn't care, it was so nice to just sit and sun it up!! Leah and me cooked up a storm (well, a buffet of random stuff!) and all in all was a ...
... experience, and from the moment the staff greets us as we burst through the doors running from a rainy downburst, Esme is a fan. We have a nice meal and with the kids full of waffles and syrup, we say our goodbyes and head down the road.
The trip west to New Orleans is supposed to take a little over four hours....that is not what we get. We knew that leaving Fort Walton Beach on Sunday, July 5th, might put us into ...
We have really enjoyed topsail hill, pretty centrally located, bike riding and mostly private beach access. Plus lakes, kayak and canoe rentals, tall pines to camp under and great staff. Today is red and purple flag day again so no beach. Hit the pool, did some bike riding ...
... them to learn.... Had a scare today with camper... Came back from seaside and only the back a\c was working. The rest of the camper was dead. Thankfully Haole was in the back where it was cool. And Rick was persistent and able to call Rocky Mountain rv and talk through options. Turned out it was the campsite 50amp hookup that was the problem. Very very thankful!! Going inland tomorrow for a kayak trip, looking forward to ...