Perdido Dunes

27070 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, Alabama, 36561, United States | Hotel
 

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Day 2, Pensacola Beach

A travel blog entry by rmadventures

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... on some very small waves, Ryan put on his fins and was motoring around, so much so I was nervous he was getting too far away. We build sand castles, Megan made sand angels (her idea and it was hilarious!). We had a few scares too, Russ stepped on a sting ray and thankfully only got a small shock with no lasting effects. When we were taking down our canopy Ryan wandered off and ...

Back to the States...

A travel blog entry by outoftheoffice

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... what we could have ever imagined! We saw and experienced so many new things and learned so much about the different cultures, food, languages and of course, how to improve our planning for our next trip!!! The girls are already talking about that next trip...which will be quite a while away! For now, we have a ton of pictures and memories to go through...until next time ...

Forth to the Fourth Fort

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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... offered several variations of what happened: One attributes the 'damn the torpedos' line to the captain of the Tecumsah, which of course, sank. Irony! Another suggests that when Farragut ordered the ship ahead full speed, his crewman asked whether he should ring four bells (the signal to proceed), and Farragut replied "Four bells, eight bells, sixteen bells, I don't give a damn how many bells, just ring them!" No one, in fact, knows, but the ...

Fort Pickens

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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... and quite interesting offerings. We started with "Soul Rolls," which were eggrolls stuffed with chicken and collard greens, fried in the wrappers, and served with Peach Chutney, Wasabi Creme, and Brown Sugar Pecan Creole Mustard. These were outstanding. After that, I had fish enchiladas. They change the fish every day depending on what is fresh, and today it was Mahi-Mahi. That's roasted in the ...

Postscript

A travel blog entry by leomcyr

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Loss of habitat may actually be the biggest problem. Africa’s exploding human population and their domestic livestock are pressing into areas previously reserved for wildlife. Many of these peoples are pastoral. Their herds of cattle and goats are tempting targets for lions, leopards, cheetah and wild dogs. Such attacks bring wild predators into contact with human technology and diseases that further reduce their numbers.

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Location

This hotel, located on 27070 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, is near Orange Beach Welcome Center.
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