Fairfield Inn By Marriott Pensacola
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Travel Blogs from Pensacola
... any seafood. We bought shrimp and large sea scallops.
A tour guide met our bus at Joe Patti's and at 2:30 we started a 3 hour City tour. We rode through downtown, the historic district and out to the Gulf Islands National Seashore. We returned to the RV Park at 5:00pm. It was a long day. Tomorrow morning we hook up and head to our next stop.....Tallahassee. We have a tour of Florida Historic Capital tomorrow afternoon.
... by for emergency leave but that didn't happen.) Seven months later he sees his son for the 1st time. Did that leave a bad taste for a career in the Navy with us!!!!! You bet!!!!
Barbara drove us all around Pensacola to see the interesting places to tour. I loved the Pensacola Lighthouse. So thankful Steve was able to do all that walking and stay out late for dinner. We had such a great ...
... 160; What is that sound? Awaken by the geese and ducks on the lake behind the RV. What a beautiful sound to wake up to. Even though the amenities aren't much to speak of. God's beauty still shows through. There is an enormous lake with a walking trail. What a way to spend the morning, walking and praying. The sun came out early this ...
... Sheri's jeep and head for Gulf Shore's beach area. First stop - Flora-bama Road House, one of the oldest roadhouses in the US. There was a great band playing, lots of unique individuals and a gorgeous beach, which we enjoyed for a bit.
Headed on down the road winding our way down the beach and back north to Foley, AL where the famous Lambert's restaurant is. Had to stop, heard about the great food. Again, ...
... in the Big Game Country describing a land teeming with more wildlife than could be imagined. "Zebra, hartebeest, wildebeest and all manner of antelope blanketed the land,” wrote McCutcheon. However, big game (i.e. lion, elephant and rhino) was relatively rare even in the early 20th Century. McCutcheon describes the vast distances he must travel on foot to find lion and elephant. Regardless, McCutcheon and others summarily execute ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking