Palm Court Inn and Suites
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Palm Court Inn and Suites
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Palm Court Inn and Suites Pensacola
Travel Blogs from Pensacola
... B&B about 60 miles from there just outside of Shepard. We thanked her for the idea and started on our way.
As we began to ride on a very busy rode, numerous cars blared their horns at us when they were right next to us. I think they were trying to scare us and guess what... it worked! I swerved many times into the grass afraid for my life. After plenty run ins we decided to search google map bicycles and see what routes ...
... that we retired to our beds for a mid-afternoon siesta. We woke up to the idea of fresh oyster happy hour where we met the world's greatest oyster shucker, Thomas. He was a 50ish y.o. man with a great sense of humor. He gave Powerstroke a little shuga shuga and she gave it right back! Thomas jokingly patronized Powerstroke and asked if the oyster was too big for her, she came back with, "Oh no! I like the big meaty ones in my mouth!" He was taken aback, then blushed and then laughed ...
... below. I was instantly overwhelmed with a rush of fear, panic, doubt, and a brutal awe of the monumental challenge I had taken on: Alaska to Florida- 5,000 miles. At that very moment, my heart sunk and things seemed impossible. Truth is: I was scared.
I closed my eyes and had a few private moments as my mind raced to erase the unwanted anxieties. It searched for solutions and possible options and reached deeply to my heart and soul ...
We left NYC heading to Pensacola, Florida to stay with one of Rachael's friends from camp, Amy Workman, who she hadn't seen since 2002. I was excited to meet her, her fiancee Heather, and their four dogs, also to see Pensacola. When we were driving around upstate NY and New England our usual radio station was 24-Margaritaville with Jimmy Buffett. I can't wait for my biggest worry to be where the lost shaker of ...
... down to see the Pensacola Lighthouse, which is also on the naval base. It is now owned privately by a lighthouse organization,, and is currently active. Apparently the Coast Guard was considering decommissioning it in the 80's and 90's, but sold it in 1995. The organization that owns it is currently in the midst of a massive renovation--they've already spent half of about $3 ...