Travel Blogs from Fort Walton Beach
... on the road by 5:45. Sleep for little miss was kind of a mess, the first two hours she slept the majority of, but other than that sleep came in about 30 minute increments the rest of the 12 hour drive home. We all made it home in one piece but there were parts of it that got a bit hairy. Between toys, cell phones (in which unnecessary groupons were accidentally ordered, lol!), laptops and a little bit ...
After a nap and a quick lunch of leftover pizza we headed down to Harborwalk Village to take our Dolphin Cruise. We had bought groupons for it a few months before our trip, but once we got there and saw little miss's initial reaction to the water we were considering skipping it, we finally decided to book it for the last day we were in town in hopes that little miss would miraculously love the water and figured if ...
... it made it easy to control myself! After an hour or so of shopping we decided to stop for pizza at hubbys favorite childhood pizza place, Hungry Howies (we really need to work on getting some of those in StL). While we were waiting for the pizza we decided to take a trip to Barnes and Noble next door and found some more exciting bargains.
After a yummy lunch and a nap we went out to the beach to find the water was much calmer than ...
... heart!) Inside was just as cool as the outside, they had more planes on display and even little cockpits on display for little ones to enjoy, which of course I couldn't help but get a few pictures of little miss in, she adored all the buttons inside and if her little fingers would have allowed she would have pushed them all simultaneously.
After almost two hours there we decided to head back to ...
... headed over to Fort Walton to go to the Heritage Park. Hubby is a big history buff, so he was excited to check it out. It encompassed the native American history of the area, the history of the civil war area, and a step back in time to the local school and post office. It was a $5 admission but it got you into 4 different buildings, so definitely worth while in my opinion.
After that we decided to go check out the fishing pier ...
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