Key West Inn - Pensacola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sand beaches stretching for miles, the constantly green leaves of live oak trees, the cushion of dropped live oak leaves on the lawns, the moss hanging on the trees everywhere you look, the gorgeous azalea bushes that are a common hedge, the tons of cabbage palms and saw palmettos that line the streets and the miles of green grass and green leafed trees will forever live in my mind. It truly is a beautiful place to ...
... on the other. The island is not more that a couple hundred yards wide in places. The fort is part of the National Park System so there is no development on this part of the barrier island. It’s really pretty deserted right now.
Interesting note: The white sand is ground quartz that has was down the rivers over millennia from the Appalachian Mountains. Who knew water and time could make such beautiful sand from mountain rocks? ...
... but the Saturday afternoon life is boring. We also planned to go into the Christ Church Cathedral, but back-to-back weddings were schedules for the entire afternoon so no tours, not even a peak in the door.
We enjoyed our day, but it just wasn’t as expected. Oh, well. It didn’t rain today, the skies were blue, and the sun was shining. ...
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 ...
... it to rescue her, just like Hercules in the eponymous Disney movie. I went from zero to hero just like that.
So, to make a long story short (yeah, right), I rescued my roommate and we made it back home in one piece, despite almost dying a few times on the way home.
What have I learned from this:
1) Never go out into a storm like this unless absolutely necessary. (I'm not completely sure my circumstances count ...