Days Inn - Pensacola Historic Downtown
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- 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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... a driver this year and Sean rose to the occasion and took a two hour stint taking us through the tunnel at Mobile, Alabama and across the waterway into Florida - as Sean said, "this was fun and challenging driving!" Megan has taken over for Sean and will drive a couple hours or so Before Clark takes us in for the home stretch. Arrived at 12:30 am ...
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Gray, gloomy, promise of rain—I sound like a broken record. But the weather people tell us that a cold front moves through tomorrow and brings cooler temps, but cloudless skies. We can only hope.
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... markers that were counting up in 5 mile increments and still land was not seen. Finally a thin smudge in the distance began to form as land as I approached. 40km that bridge was. Ridiculous. I filled the car with fuel, grabbed some food and headed east. I was on my way to Florida.
Initially the trip was dull. All I could see either side of me was the thick foliage of tall green trees, but as I went through Mobile Alabama, the ...