Motel 6 Pensacola West
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Pensacola West
Travel Blogs from Pensacola
... with the ACA group and they were staying in a house about a mile from us. We decided to ride down the road and go say hi but when we arrived they were having a map meeting so we left. In the morning we met Tricia and Joe. Joe was very interested in our bike set ups and offered to trade us coffee for bike stories. We were happy to help. Tricia said "Joe never shares his coffee. It's Kona coffee from Hawaii and cost too much to get it online so ...
Howdy friends and family!
We have made it to the sunny state of Florida where we have decided to ditch the whole bike-riding thing and become beach bums, bronzing our skins on the white sand beaches and drinking frilly cocktails with fun little umbrellas in them! Just kiddin'! It is starting to really heat up again though... AND there are white sand beaches, but alas, we've decided to stick to our guns and continue pedaling.
From Baton Rouge, we met up with Theresa ...
... children best through example. They gave us all we needed to be good, kind, honest people. I very proudly dedicate my 48 state tour with love to Mum and Dad, Phyllis and Walter Laskey. In their name, I am trying with all my heart and strength to help children. I can think of no greater tribute.
http://friends.wish.org/100-000/page/St ephen-Laskey/48-State--Bicycle-Challeng e.htm
Be home soon.
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 ...
... 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.
Traffic over the ...