Days Inn Tallahassee Northwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was parking all along the road. And finally we entered Gulf Port where there was a marina and casino which we had seen on a previous trip when we had driven along these beaches from the east through Destin and Panama City.
We turned back to the north at Gulf Port and returned to I-10 for the push to Tallahassee. It was a long day of driving with a time change, getting us to the hotel after 5 PM. Tomorrow we plan to visit the capitol before heading for ...
... friends, and the service reflects this leisurely pace. Despite being summer, the place was full, and we enjoy watching the crowd as we sip on our last Cuban coffees.
It was great to see the places in Marcus’s stories and a good introduction tour of a college campus for the kids…I can’t believe in 5-6 years we’ll be looking at college campuses with Maxwell for real! On to Fort Walton Beach next. ...
... in a shared kitchen.
I chose a pulled pork sandwich on garlic toast and for an extra $2.00 also got a side and drink. The side I chose, a baked sweet potato, seemed pretty safe and Cheryl had that and the drink. I opted for the $3.99 version of Bud Light. The regular size, whatever size that is, is $2.99. When the beer arrived it was in a 44 oz glass, just like the waters and soda. For under $4.00! Wow, I said.
... significant advisories for the route of flight. Forecast: VFR with 25 miles visibility in haze at 6500', our planned altitude. We departed RWY 10R from Fort Pierce (see same runway that we launched from en route to Bahamas a week earlier), and made an early left turn to the northwest towards Orlando. I figured because I flight planned straight through the busy MCO aerodrome, ATC would have to clear me through the Class B air space to avoid sending me too far off course. ...
... encrusted pork loin, oven baked potatoes with cubed carrots, onion and turnip and a tossed salad. A lively conversation ensued regarding our next days drive considering the tropical storm Ana was expected to hit Charleton and Myrtle beach tomorrow morning, our scheduled next stop. Oh my! Watching the news and weather channel and Fay freaking out a little, it was decided that our next destination would be Savannah, North Carolina, 120 miles away from the affected ...