Days Inn - Pensacola Historic Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn - Pensacola Historic Downtown
Clean. Quiet. All we needed was a bed.
What is it with Florida and Alabama? No pillows, only cushions
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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, ...
... and went for a walk on the beach. Crowded campsites are not fun at all. The sand is like raw cane sugar. Very glassy and white, almost like snow. It squeaks under your feet, so of course I was playing in that for a while, squeaking along the beach :-) I did not go for a swim though - the water was cold! Fort Pickens was next door, so after soaking in some sun and sticking our toes in the water - we went to explore the fort. Quite eerie really, and surprisingly ...
... 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 ...
All of the aircraft have been beautifully restored, along with a variety of other exhibits documenting the naval aviation involvement in various conflicts, as well as wartime Pensacola.
Leaving Pensacola we tracked along the Gulf coast to the Ho-Hum RV park - located on absolute beachfront (swimming was advised against due to hammerhead sharks) and catering ...
... were capable of aiming at warships. There was an interesting display of cubic foot blocks of Yellow Pine, White Pine, and Live Oak fastened on ropes to hoists, so visitors can manually lift them. The first weighs 44 pounds, the second 56, and the third 75. Allowing people to actually lift the blocks was a great way to demonstrate how much denser the Live Oak is.
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