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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... George Island State Park. Just when I thought nothing could get any better than this, I am oohing and aawing as Leon drives the nine miles through SGI State Park. It is the longest beach front state park in Florida. I am just amazed at the soft, white sand, and the gentle surf. There are many boardwalks that stretch over the sand dunes making it easy to get to ...
... Wiggly, known as The Pig. Lots of different foods (collards, okra, different meats etc). Was sad to see not a veggie burger in site- they had a few Amy's organic products though. I did get lots of fresh produce and some basics like bread, rice, beans etc. we will have to improvise a bit for meals, and since Star is easy and can live on toast, it is mostly me who needs to chill out about the food thing! I got back in time to go for a nice walk on the bike path ...
... sure we could find a happy hour but were out of luck. Harry A’s is known for it’s live music but, again, it was four in the afternoon so none was to be found. We did not necessarily need or want a drink but we did not want to head back to the site only to be cooped up in the Scamp because of the rain so we went with Eddy Teach’s Raw Bar. Gordon was allowed on the covered patio (I would say heated covered patio but some old ...
... morning Cohen asked Bruce if he could join him. They had an amazing early morning adventure watching the sun come up, running on the beach and biking to explore new areas we hadn't been to yet. They found a great playground and watched 2 deer enjoying their breakfast. Later in the day they took us on their route so we could all see how beautiful the peninsula was.
We found ...
... Pass, we drove to Apalachicola and did some shopping downtown. A highlight was a chocolate shop dressed in reclaimed wood and old brick. It was a really cool building with some awesome chocolate and gelato. At one of the shops, mom found a porch bed made out of reclaimed wood and old shutters. After Apalachicola, we came back to the condo and had some down time in the pool, reading, and napping. The highlight of the day was dinner at Indian Pass Raw Bar. ...