Super 8 DeFuniak Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... up for them to pick us up and take us out to dinner at the Wild Olive, Jody's favorite place in Crestview. It was nice seeing Bob & Joan again and I was glad to hear that they had been following our adventures on the blog.
Dinner was excellent, as usual, we both had the Chicken Parmesan and we even splurged for the Brownie ala Mode dessert. But both of us were pretty wiped out from our travels, and ...
... I take so long to get in the water in Cayman. Invigorating and so beautiful. Such a strong current I was so so tired swimming back and had to swim hard! I could have stayed in there for so much longer as it was so beautiful - although I may have froze. My insides felts cold when Ingot out of the water. I felt as though My inner head and ears were frozen! Luckily it was normal as Jonathan had ...
... in the career Jordan is in, we don't get to travel much for pleasure or places we want to see necessarily. He did some research of places we could get to fast and still have a ton of fun, which ended with us packing our bags to go to St. Augustine, FL! Here is where the adventure begins!! ...
... You won't regret it. Our last full day in Florida was for Leah's birthday, and I guess I can tell you now I'm taking her to Madrid in September as her present! :) we spent the morning very lazily and went shopping later on before an afternoon beach session (in case you hadn't guessed, we lived on that beach, and it was amazing!). Her choice for dinner was Pineapple Willy's, a bit down the coast in Panama City. After a little wait we were sat ...
183 miles today and cool. Time zone change too. This morning I was checking FaceBook and there was a post honoring Navy SEAL Danny Dietz who sacrificed himself to save others in Afghanistan 10 years ago today. We should never forget those who have given their lives for this country or those who have given their service to keep our lives free to enjoy.
I commented to tell America about the Green Beret Foundation and ...