Regency Inn and Suites
Travel Blogs from DeFuniak Springs
... a hundred year flood! we had a scavenge along the the river and found a tackle box then went for a long swim with some deadly snakes (according to a guy who watch us for ages but only told us as we were leaving)
Alabama is the friendliest place so far (sorry Texas you kept claiming it but I didn't feel it like I did in Alabama!)
Florida is cool, lots of rivers and state parks to keep us ...
... when we saw the park entrance.
Falling Waters State Park is located on the highest hill in Florida. The park is well laid out and has sink holes and a waterfall... to look at. We found one geocache and did a lot of relaxing. We spent two days at the park and left around 8:00 am on Tue. for Biloxi on the gulf coast of ...
Crossing I-10 we ran into some old friends, the Love Bugs; what a mess
on the front of the truck and the camper, it took over an hour of hard work to
scrub them off.
One day we are going to go back and spend some time looking around the area.
... seems a little worried about the crocodile which eats Captain Hooks hand - we have to check under her bed for "boccodiles" nightly. There was also a bear mauling at the weekend near Orlando so actually quite glad not to come across the bear and her cub despite reassurances that she was "pretty" docile upon sighting. Americans and Ozzies don't have it easy do they? I can't believe they have to put up with all these man eating animals and the worst we have is wasps ...
On Wednesday, we met Katherine and Tom and hung out with them until Thursday night. I haven't seen Katherine for over 7 years and we had lots to catch up on. Had lots of laughs and reminiscing. Definitely cannot wait another 7 years next time. Loved meeting Tom and he showed us round the whole area. Yesterday we hung out at their resort pool, went to lunch and then drove down to see Panama City. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed