Hampton Inn Tallahassee Central
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... cranes and elevators of all kinds. This river is always the home of flourishing industry of all sorts.
Baton Rouge is a nice little city and the capitol complex is impressive, with well-groomed dark green lawns, circular walkways and a serene lake. And it is right in the middle of the city.
On down the road we decided to take a detour south to the shoreline. We arrived at the beach in Bay St. Louis where a sign that we studied told us ...
... 8217;s story of what circus performers do after the show…I don’t want to spoil the story, so I’ll just highly recommend that you do not volunteer to host the after-circus party!
As we wander the grounds, Marcus points out the classrooms, dorms, and ROTC detachment he used to frequent. FSU has a beautiful campus set on, what looks to be, the only hill in Tallahassee. At one point on our tour ...
... made it back to the mainland. Once on Highway 98, we headed east. Although we could have quickly gotten on the I-10, we elected to continue on this road, which traversed through Fort Walton Beach and Destin, two resort towns on the Gulf of Mexico.
There were scores of high rise hotels, stores, restaurants and entertainment venues along the road, particularly in the larger town of Destin. Destin also appeared to be a ...
... if his car seat and managed to get himself all wrapped up in his harness. So Stacy unbuckled her belt and did a little aerobatic maneuver of her own to retrieve him and settled him in her lap. A few minutes later we were back on Earth after a long day of travel. We parked at Million Air FBO (always found that name to be pretentious). The ramp agent met us, got Ichabod some water, and arranged for the hotel shuttle to take us to the Four Points. Despite my aversion to ...
Off to Tallahassee, Florida today. It should be a 6 hour drive today. Drove into the state of Alabama at 9:15 a.m. We saw the USS Alabama Battleship "The Hero of the Pacific." It rests at the Battleship Park on Mobile, Bay. I have a pic of it from the moving truck for your viewing enjoyment. I saw a truck blow it tire while it was passing us. Sounds like a shot gun with lots of smoke. Cool for me but not too cool for the driver I would think. 10:30 a.m. we entered ...