Red Roof Inn Pensacola - West Florida Hospital
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today is the last day of a week in Foley, AL while at the Florida Travelcade Club rally. It has been a fun week with good friends and lots of food and drinks. We went to the Foley Shrimp Festival, the road kill cafe, Jimmy Buffett's sister's restaurant called Lulu's and a number of other places that I can not remember the names of, ...
... a kayaker was paddling as fast as they could to get close to them. They tried taking pictures and did get quite near to the dolphins. A second smaller pod was following them too. What a lovely sunset. I thought we had met the noisiest family when camping in Colorado - but no! Noisy, noisy family opposite us. Dogs barking, teenagers being loud, and parents letting their family run wild. Urgh! This din kept going until after 11pm and to top it all of the air leaked out of ...
Had a lazy morning and took our time getting ready, but heading for Florida. We both could have stayed longer in Nashville for sure as there was so much good music playing every night and it has such a good vibe. Hit the road and enjoyed the trees and hills. In Alabama we noticed that the price for petrol had ...
... We have found that there are quite a few camping grounds in various places for military personnel only. The U.S. Certainly seem to look after their military personnel with discounts at most tourist places, many restaurants, camping grounds etc. If you check a map of the North western coast of Florida (which is locally known as Emerald Coast) you will see that there is a very narrow island running just off the major land. We have travelled on and off this island, ...
... 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? ...