La Quinta Inn Pensacola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... on the other. The island is not more that a couple hundred yards wide in places. The fort is part of the National Park System so there is no development on this part of the barrier island. It’s really pretty deserted right now.
Interesting note: The white sand is ground quartz that has was down the rivers over millennia from the Appalachian Mountains. Who knew water and time could make such beautiful sand from mountain rocks? ...
... blooming and very lovely. I'll let the pictures tell the story.
Interesting note: Mr. Bellingrath made his fortune as a Coca Cola bottler and distributor. He and his wife designed the gardens as a hobby and to relieve stress. They opened them to the public first just to the community. It was such a success that they opened the gardens to the ...
... about Mr. Wentworth who came from a very prominent area family. He was quoted, "I never throwed nothing away." Oooh, are we in trouble here??!? No, we’re not.
The museum is very well done. It discusses the history of the area, exploration by Europeans, and the eventual claiming of the area for Europe. The West Florida’s history, architecture, and archaeology and presented in well planned displays on the first level.
... fun. So we got to the hotel in Pensacola and met downstairs and walked the short distance to the bowling alley. We bowled 2 games and mostly sat around and talked and laughed. Again, it was a fun crew and we just all got along really well. The captain, Art, nicknamed us 3 girls Artie's Angels (like Charlie's angels). After we ...
... Pickens State Park. This was another surprise for us. We had decided to go to the beach for awhile, but came across signs for Fort Pickens at the end of the peninsula, so we drove all the way to the end. What we found was this huge fort, still enact except for one corner. We took a self guided tour and probably spent over an hour and a half walking through all the sections of the fort on the lower level ...