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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after Easter. At that point, we will travel to Jacksonville, then to Savannah and finally to the Charlotte, NC area before heading home. We plan on getting home about the end of April, so we have another month of good times to go.
The park, and our lives, are quiet now that all of our new friends have left. Over the next two days the park slowly transformed from a senior community to a vacation stop ...
... 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 ...
... the upper level.
Fort Pickens is the largest o four forts built to decent Pensacola Bay and its navy yard. The fort was named for Revolutionary War hero General Andrew Pickens (from South Carolina). (Nick insisted it was named for Slim Pickens). Major William Henry Chase (from Massachusetts), US Army Corps of Engineers, supervised the project. The fort was begun in 1829 and completed in 1834. It ...