The Rainbow Inn

123 Water Street , Apalachicola, Florida, United States | Inn
 

Travel Blogs from Apalachicola

Carrabelle

A travel blog entry by ninapennewell

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... judging by the homes and businesses. The locals have to do pretty much whatever it takes to get by. As one example, the woman who did my pedicure yesterday is a boat captain as well as a former pilot, who dabbles in real estate as well as antiques to augment her income. She cannot find work in her profession. Some of the good old boys who hang at the marina are fisherman who have apparently lost their boats and livelihood because of the economy. Many of the locals ...

Historic Oyster Town

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad

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... cool eating joints. Heavy emphasis on the seafood business, specifically the oyster business that still seems to thrive here. It is reported that 90% of the oysters presently sold in Florida come from the Apalachicola Bay. It's completely non-industrial here and the waters are pristine, so eating oysters from ...

Back in the "East Zone "Again

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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... you ever think we'd be here?" Thinking back to last summer, in the early stages of planning, I wondered. Now that it has come to fruition, I'm very happy that Lynn came up with such a grand idea.


I realized a bit ago that this is only the second time in recent history that I've camped on an island. The last time was last June when I stopped in Butte to visit my nephew, John. You've undoubtedly heard that old ...

Onward and Downward

A travel blog entry by satisfaction

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... had that pleasure all along the way, which is one of the things that makes this Great Loop so memorable.

Tonight, we are looking at a beautiful sunset, water as smooth as glass in the harbor, we have satellite TV, and even though it only got to 60 degrees here today, it was still 90 degrees warmer than some place in MN that we heard about on the news where it was 30 below!! All is well. (Hey Tom, is that Lake Vermilion?) ...

Doing Fine on Feb. 29

A travel blog entry by drudell

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... br> We left the River Street in (reluctantly) this morning and headed AWAY from the water for the first time since Day 4.
The drive across country was a little ho-hum after being on the coast, but it improved when we got to the
'Forgotten Coast', as they call the Gulf Coast on the Florida Panhandle. Stopped at a cool shop called the 'Funky Fiddler' in Panacea, FL. Lots of neat stuff...
...and then came the fog. Not bad fog but enough ...

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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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TripAdvisor Reviews The Rainbow Inn Apalachicola

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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