Hampton Inn Ft. Walton Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This was our last morning in New Orleans. It was a great visit, but it's getting time to head for home. Our route today is really easy. Just head up Canal St, turn right on Broad St, otherwise known as US-90E and keep going until we reach Crestview, FL. The weather wasn't looking too promising. Not really a lot of rain, but the possibility of showers all day.
US-90 is really a scenic highway, especially between ...
Woke up feeling better as Jonthan and I were excited about moving on. We sorted out the messing camping gear (this bothered J a lot!) and then went for a short walk on the trail and then swam in Manatee springs. Now I have to read up about the volume of water it spits out every year, but it was 72F I believe and I dived right in - took my breath away as so cold. J couldn't believe that I did ...
... in the career Jordan is in, we don't get to travel much for pleasure or places we want to see necessarily. He did some research of places we could get to fast and still have a ton of fun, which ended with us packing our bags to go to St. Augustine, FL! Here is where the adventure begins!! ...
... food on the end of the rod. It was quite fun as they jumped up and grabbed it viciously. You would not want to mess with one! After a few hours of being engrossed in all of this we headed home as we had a big drive to New Orleans the next day. It was about 4 hours to New Orleans and we had to drop the car back to the rental company which was a bit sad! I think we had worked out that it had been 3500 miles ...
This year we had only three families: Tim, Jodi, Cassidy and Dani from Berkeley, Chris and Abbey's family of six from Dallas, and Lee and I. One week of playing, swimming, fishing, beaching, paddle boarding and of course eating.
We all had the pleasure of kitchen time, but Tim said he found cooking to be relaxing, so we gave him the lead. He had some wonderful dishes but my favorite was, ...