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Finally pulled into the Tallahassee RV Park about 4:20, but by the time we unhooked the car and got into our site, it was after 5. I don't know about Bob, but I'm really tired and will be glad to get to bed tonight.
Not really anything else today. The days of travel are really boring, thank goodness. Hope everyone is doing well. Enjoy Spring Break next week for those in Texas and for those elsewhere, enjoy your Spring Break whenever it is.
On Saturday morning we left Milton and drove the 180 miles to Tallahassee. We stayed at the Big Oak RV Park. At 3:00pm we had a tour of the Florida Historic Capitol Museum.
Tallahassee was chosen as the territorial capital in 1824. The first territorial government met in log cabins. A capitol building was constructed in 1826 but ...
Checked out of Harrah's and hit the road at 11a.m. It was covered in really thick fog. Drove through a historic district and checked out the old mansions. It was foggy and drizzling the entire way, through Biloxi, and Mobile. As soon as we entered Florida, sunshine, 78 degrees. We stopped for lunch at Sonny's Bar B Q in Pensacola. Pulled pork!
Got into Tallahassee at about 6 p.m. with the time change. Air is thick with smoke. Forest fire in the area. Head out tomorrow to ...
... br> to the wonder that is
an enchanted place
... flatwoods which was highlighted by the sighting of both an albino deer and an albino squirrel......where exactly are we??? We then decided to rent a canoe and venture down the unfamiliar waterways of this park specifically and Florida in general. I say unfamiliar because they are dark colored, brackish waters and are practically engulfed by tall reeds in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services