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... Interesting to us was the fact that access to the beach in Bay St. Louis was limited, because there was no parking. They built a cement walk just beside the road leaving no shoulder, and reserved the space on the other side to walkers and bikers. So we were not able to park and go to the beach. I guess it must be reserved for the people who live in the houses across the street or anyone who can walk there or ride a bike.
Further on down the road ...
... friends, and the service reflects this leisurely pace. Despite being summer, the place was full, and we enjoy watching the crowd as we sip on our last Cuban coffees.
It was great to see the places in Marcus’s stories and a good introduction tour of a college campus for the kids…I can’t believe in 5-6 years we’ll be looking at college campuses with Maxwell for real! On to Fort Walton Beach next. ...
... made it back to the mainland. Once on Highway 98, we headed east. Although we could have quickly gotten on the I-10, we elected to continue on this road, which traversed through Fort Walton Beach and Destin, two resort towns on the Gulf of Mexico.
There were scores of high rise hotels, stores, restaurants and entertainment venues along the road, particularly in the larger town of Destin. Destin also appeared to be a ...
... the Tallahassee RV park where we had planned on staying to find out they were completely full. First time we had a problem by not booking in advance. Cleverly we have all the campground guides etc. and an american cell so I was able to find us another rv resort to spend the night. We headed over to Big Oak RV park and registered there. What a wonderful park. The southern hospitality was as thick as honey in the office and I managed to score the family discount ...
... br> we are looking forward to spending time in Florida with friends and family for the next few weeks. By the time we return home the "big thaw" will have begun.
Again, thanks for enjoying the trip with us. Doing a blog made the car ride less boring.
P.S. Though Rich doesn't blog his input is included in my writing. He deserves some credit though it is in his usual manner.......quietly.