The Rainbow Inn

Address: 123 Water Street , Apalachicola, Florida, \N, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 123 Water Street , Apalachicola, is near John Gorrie State Museum and Saint Vincent National Wildlife Refuge.
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Travel Blogs from Apalachicola

Panhandle Excursions

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 01, 2015

4 comments, 31 photos

... with fresh water ponds and tidal marshes. We are informed that Norwood pottery helped archaeologist identify the park’s oldest site placing human activity here 2,500-3,500 years prior to the arrival of the Spanish. Once again, we enjoy the beautiful views of completely deserted stretches of Gulf of Mexico beaches. There are inspiring views of tidal marshes overlooking the Ochlockonee Bay Area. Casey spots a Bald Eagle and I lock ...

Heading West

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Nov 07, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... by a hurricane in August of 1851, which also destroyed the Cape San Blas and Dog Island lighthouses. This third light was completed in 1852; it stood farther inland from the previous light, and pine pilings driven deep into the sand were used as a foundation. It was "built to last." Its light was turned off during the Civil War so as not to aid Yankee ships and it was not until August 1, 1865 that lighthouse keeper James Reilly relit the ...


A travel blog entry by janiebob on Feb 21, 2014

1 comment, 37 photos

... Market to grill for dinner, The waterfront is a still-working waterfront. Old brick warehouses line the streets. Back in the 1800's they were used for cotton and sponges storage. The town also produced large quantities of lumber and turpentine in the late 19th and early 20th century. Browsing through the many shops and galleries, owned by the locals, we met many friendly people and ...


A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jan 17, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... informs us that conditions should be pleasant today in the protected waters but the waves on the Gulf continue to reach heights of 6-12 feet. Yikes! That's 6-12 feet too high for us. And so we wait. And work on navigation skills. And walk. And visit. And eat fine, fresh seafood. Not a bad way to pass the time. It is a good thing we are not in a hurry since it looks like we will be here for a few more days. If we do get antsy, all we have to do is think about those 12 foot waves!


Back in the "East Zone "Again

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Feb 04, 2013


... follows the shoreline of the Gulf. Only once did we have to take a U-Turn. Not a problem.

My favorite city name so far is Apalatchicola. Lots of vowels there, which appeals to me. It's near the last point on the continent before we headed over the bridge to St. George Island and the campground. The bay, of the same name, is shallow and an important spot for the local oystermen. They use large, long tongs to pry ...

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