The Inn At New World Landing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... clean and tidy, if a little devoid of people, kind of place. We visited the History of Florida Museum and the Old State Capitol Museum (both free of charge) and found them informative and well worth the visit. We also visited Wakulla Springs State Park, around 15 miles south of the city again hoping to see some wildlife, but we did not see lots, making the highlight a pod/shoal/gaggle of eight Manatees that were almost within touching distance. In ...
We wanted to check out this RV Park, so decided it would be a good place ...
... Armadillo! Very exciting.
Afterward we packed up our stuff and relaxed on the beach, It was a little chill but great to sit and relax. We were having a nice SD brew when the heavens opened and it started pouring with rain! Fortunately there was cover just steps away.
After it cleared up we went back to the beach and relaxed until we ran ...
After a grueling five days of driving, it was time to find a nice campground and hang out for a few days. My plan was to stay at the state park on the beach near Destin. But the polar vortex spoiled things, so I found an RV park near Pensacola instead. The temperatures were in the 30's at night, and although it was only in the 50's during the day, at least it was sunny! I enjoyed a walk on the beautiful beach and a couple fantastic sunsets over the ...
... it over by treaty. They US army built the larger portion of the fort, a brick structure of 6 million bricks. Construction took 60 men six years. The work was done largely by slaves, and the Park Service has made a very thorough job of pointing that out, as well as the irony of it: several forts built to protect the sovreignity of the new nation was built by people without freedom ...