Marianna Inn and Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Stayed the night after a long 40 hour day.
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... 10 miles per hour below the speed limit(it really is a pretty road), when all at once I see emergency vehicle lights coming up the road on the other side...Oh no, I thought, not another one...Shortly I came upon an intersection and sure enough there were 3 cars in the ditch on my side. Police, firetrucks, ambulances and wreckers had the road pretty well blocked up. We were allowed to proceed tho at a speed of about 3 mph. A utility truck had "t-Boned" ...
Today we went canoeing down Ecofina creek. There were 7+ miles and it took about 5 hours. Very fun!! Still really windy with high waves and jellyfish at beach, so good day to go inland. Daddy's fav was the Turtle springs and Kyler catching a fish. The kids ...
... boys had seen was surrounded by water so they just checked it out from a distance.
The campground was small but nice. Our spot was the only empty site when we arrived and we had to do some close maneuvering to get in.
Sa**************ed up to the visitors center to check out the museum and take the cave tour.
We had just paid for our tour and gone outside to get in the departure line when I noticed the visitors center looked closed. The lights ...
A long drive east, leaving Louisiana through Mississippi, Alabama and into Florida following the gulf coast. Wildlife alert: Saw 2 armadillos, dead by the roadside.
More astonishing weather, driving through more thunderstorms but getting to Pensacola beach, Florida, in hot sun. The sand is desert island white and fine as icing sugar, and the water was colder than expected, ...
... and Flint rivers converge to form Lake Seminole, the setting for our morning coffee and pancakes. While we were incredibly thankful for a warm place to shower, dress and eat, our draw towards the outdoors came through and soon we were cooing over the loons, admiring the clear waters and seeking out the nearest trail.
But Three Rivers was merely a convenient stop over and now it was time to really get moving. Westward ...