Econo Lodge Tallahassee
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... Interesting to us was the fact that access to the beach in Bay St. Louis was limited, because there was no parking. They built a cement walk just beside the road leaving no shoulder, and reserved the space on the other side to walkers and bikers. So we were not able to park and go to the beach. I guess it must be reserved for the people who live in the houses across the street or anyone who can walk there or ride a bike.
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Tallahassee is not just the capitol of Florida, more importantly it is the home of Marcus's alma mater, Florida State University (FSU). Go Seminoles! While this may not seem important to some, it is important to me because if you know Marcus, you know he tells wonderful stories…and some of my favorites are from the Sigma Nu fraternity house at FSU. By the way, do you know that FSU has a circus school? I do, because ...
We finally pulled up stakes at the Pensacola Beach RV Resort and were on the road around 11:00 or so. We took off toward the east on the road that traverses most of Santa Rosa Island. We had not traveled down this way during our stay, but as we soon found out, we should have. There were miles of vacant white sand beaches along the southern edge of the island. The water was a beautiful aqua color for a hundred yards into ...
... this was BY FAR AND AWAY the nicest FBO I had ever seen!! And the a/c was pumping!! I guess that's why they charge $6.22/gallon for 100LL (we paid $5.99 in the Bahamas and less than $4.50 everywhere else). Good thing we only needed 20 gallons. The pet friendly room at the Four Points was great. We took Ichabod down poolside for some dinner al fresco. Very nice. Some Pinot Grigio for Stacy and an American Pale Ale for me and we were ready for bed. New Orleans by noon ...
... the Tallahassee RV park where we had planned on staying to find out they were completely full. First time we had a problem by not booking in advance. Cleverly we have all the campground guides etc. and an american cell so I was able to find us another rv resort to spend the night. We headed over to Big Oak RV park and registered there. What a wonderful park. The southern hospitality was as thick as honey in the office and I managed to score the family discount ...