Super 8 DeFuniak Springs
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We absolutely love this State Park, and will be sad to leave tomorrow morning. We have hiked two of their nature trails (Rocky Bayou and Sand Pine) every day and have managed to do over 11,000 steps every day that we walked. Dan got me trekking poles for Christmas -- the theory being that they would keep me from tripping over roots, when we hike on trails, and falling, which I seem to have a ...
What a fun-filled day yesterday! We spent the whole day at the National Naval Aviation Museum, the world's largest naval aviation museum, at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. There are over 150 beautifully restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard aviation. These aircraft are displayed both in the museum's 350,000 square feet inside exhibit space ...
While traveling south from Selma, AL to Niceville, FL, the northbound lanes of the highways were filled with snowbirds going back home from the Gulf areas. They may have a big surprise when they get home and see snow! Sassy and Odie are good travelers -- they didn't mind the 200 miles we drove yesterday. When we were traveling on our boat, happy kitty days meant calm seas and dock ...
... landed safely. Out came a Vietnamese captain his wife and five children trying to o get to safety. Now the little plane is hanging in the museum and was pictured on tv. There's so much to see that we didn't have time to see it all.
... panelled walls, linen table clothes, waiters with dinner jackets and bow ties and a three course meal. Wendy started with oysters served three ways, then breaded drum fish and a rich dessert. The price was $20.15 and the martinis were twenty-five cents each. Kevin, our waiter then took us on a history tour of the building. The walls were covered with hundreds of pictures of famous people that ate there from Errol Flinn ...