La Quinta Inn Tallahassee North
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So we decided to go to a state park and do some hiking. We arrived at Lake Talquin State Park in the late morning. There was no one else there and it was easy to believe that we were alone in the world. The morning chill was burning off and it was shaping up to be a really nice day. We did a quick look around and found the sign that lead to the " …
... have been 5 weeks and several hundreds of miles of driving it like that. Finally convinced them we were not taking that coach in that condition. But....had to wait until Monday until the tech could put antenna and car braking system back on Max. Two more days moving stuff back to Max. Waste of several days and lots of sweat.
Max felt really good to us.
... guide' to our spot which was long and level, but narrow. Had to swing the coach out on a narrow entry road to get it between the concrete pad and electric post. There was a 3 ft high set of 4 metal electric pipes beside the entry road that I caught the back end of Max on. Wouldn't have been bad except it had been hit before and the top was bent out and the ends were rolled up. So Max now has a 'boo'. Nothing major, but an irritant.
We spent a very fast paced 3 days with our grandsons. We took them for the day on Sunday and anyone that has ever kept 3 little boys, 8, 7 and 6, know that is a tiring:)
We took them back to the camper for lunch and over to see the light house on St. Marks. There is a little hiking trail that the boys enjoyed. Overall a great visit. Also our oldest just got a house and we helped by keeping the boys away so they could paint the day away.
... We hit the road after the Capital tour and headed to our first overnite, Falling Waters State Park. Recent rains had ditches full of water, we wondered how the campground must look like. Luckily for us, the campsite was high and dry, we hooked up all the utilities, put out the slides, turned on the air-conditioning..... and simply enjoyed our first quiet evening in the RV for this summer.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Tallahassee North
It's off a busy street and on the corner of I-10. The motel was clean and well tended too. It includes WiFi and free breakfast. Pets also stay free so that's a big bonus when traveling with JJ. The breakfast was nothing special, just fruit, juice, cold cereal and some assorted muffins. Also the worst coffee I have ever had. We were on the top floor and there were plenty of places where I walked that I can feel the dips in the floor. There's plenty of stores and restaurants in the area that one can go to.
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