Days Inn Pensacola North
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Left New Orleans heading to Pensacola. First stop was at Bellengrath Gardens in Theodore. The gardens were beautiful and the house was very impressive. I still didn't see an alligator but did see a large Gar in the bayou. We had lunch in the cafe and most people went and put their bathers on for the beach. I will give 2 hours at the beach a miss. Travelling into Mobile, it was just how you imagine. Fairly wet, swampy land. ...
... and dogs - but no children!
We were warned about connecting our waste pipe to the sewer without a proper airtight connection - apparently the city sanitation department does vacuum cleaning of the sewers during the night and your pipe can get sucked in, then spat out accompanied by lots of .... waste. Apparently this happened to Robin Williiams in the movie RV
... people make up for it.
Our journey continues almost to Florida through 2 other states, Mississippi and sweet home Alabama. Pensacola is nice and has some great beaches. We checked out Perdido Key and Destin. But the later was a bit to touristy for us and not very dog friendly.
... was boarding her own personal jet. Felicity was brimming with curiosity. What will this feel like? Will it hurt for my ears to pop? Quotes from Felicity's first plane ride: "We're above the clouds. They look like cotton candy!" "The world is so small. "The cars look like a line of ants." "Look at the water." "The trees look like ...
... the fort from US Army. Fort Pickens was one of the few Southern forts to remain in Union hands for the entire war.
It was a beautiful day for a drive. It’s several miles from Pensacola Beach were we’re staying. The sand is bright white and forms dunes with a small amount of vegetation. The beach is smooth with few shells. There were times as we drove along we could see the Gulf of Mexico on one side and ...