Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - Pensacola West-Navy Base
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... woods one day. We are so surprised by the experience. Not far from the bustle of the city, on the peninsula going toward the ferry and Dauphin Island, the wildlife refuge is a natural oasis for animals and plants native to the region. We saw palmetto palms as underbrush to live oaks and magnolia trees. Pretty little wildflowers grow along side swamp grasses. And, cacti grow along side the road with swamp brush as ...
... the fort from US Army. Fort Pickens was one of the few Southern forts to remain in Union hands for the entire war.
It was a beautiful day for a drive. It’s several miles from Pensacola Beach were we’re staying. The sand is bright white and forms dunes with a small amount of vegetation. The beach is smooth with few shells. There were times as we drove along we could see the Gulf of Mexico on one side and ...
... charging a small fee to control the crowds. Then, they decided to build a house which is almost hidden in the gardens.
After the gardens, we planned to spend the day in historic Mobile. That was not what we expected either. What was once Dauphin Street with antique shops and neat shops is now a lot of bars and restaurants. The nightlife must ...
The captain told us today that we were all going bowling tonight. Our first officer, Chris was leaving us when we got back to Charlotte and we picked up another first officer, Reggie. He was fun too but not as fun as Chris. Chris was wishing he was going with us. He said we were the 1st crew he's flown with in a long time that was ...
... were capable of aiming at warships. There was an interesting display of cubic foot blocks of Yellow Pine, White Pine, and Live Oak fastened on ropes to hoists, so visitors can manually lift them. The first weighs 44 pounds, the second 56, and the third 75. Allowing people to actually lift the blocks was a great way to demonstrate how much denser the Live Oak is.
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