Holiday Inn Express Destin E - Commons Mall Area
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We woke up early to enjoy the beach and hoped to see dolphins but no luck. The beach was stunning though. We had breakfast and packed up to leave. They gave us a CD on check out from the Inn of romantic beach music! Such a nice touch. I was sad to leave. It was so nice there.
We ended up with a 7 hour drive plus the hour that ...
... conversation with a nice couple from Texas for long enough and continue to have your bartender refill your glass you won’t even notice you have had too many…until you try to stand up. But in the middle of all of that I did try another new food…Crawfish pie!! So many new things I have tried on this trip!!
Before sunset we went down to the ocean in our bathing suits and went in the water a bit. ...
... everything. I had to throw out mostly all the food. Thankfully they did not go for the chocolate for some reason but ravaged the bread and an entire large jar of peanut butter!! They were all over the bag and we tried washing it in the shower but they were still all over it so I scrubbed every inch of it in the sink and we were able to salvage that. I had to call the desk and tell them we would be late checking out due ...
... of Nanton.
The day's ride is quite uneventful, I fall into the riding routine very quickly. Within a few minutes on I-75 I am doing 140 kph, settled on the bike, comfortable, noise cancelling ear buds in place, Alan Parsons on the iPod.
About midday I cross into the Central Time zone, I will be chasing the setting sun each day so my riding days will be longer as well. Around 1700h I pull into the obscure town of DeFuniak Springs, ...
... But, now it’s time for a comeback to reality once again.
We had a fast trip on the train late Wednesday from Florence to Rome and transferred to a regional train for the last ride to Fiumicino Aeroporto. The Italian countryside flew by at about 170 MPH, slower than from Venice :>) and I am sharing some snapshots of the rolling hills we passed on the journey. Take a look at how the trees close to the train ...