Howard Johnson - Panama City (23rd St.)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Panama City
... all the hustle and bustle of the closeness for the Naples area. I like it a lot but Bitsy prefers parks that are closer to shopping, ie restaurants, grocery and liquor stores. I say BS to Bits! The last photos are from Emerald Coast RV Beach Resort in Panama City Beach, FL. We're here too early this year, it's too cool for my liking and if I get my way we won't get here until late March or early April next year, God ...
... Springs is the "sponge capital of the world" It was started by Greek fisherman in the early l900's. This seaside village is still a thriving working port, and lively Greek traditions and feeling is apparent. It also showcases Victorian era mansions and buildings.
We enjoyed a video about the history and present sponge fishing industry, and strolled thru the museum and sponge shops.
We made our way to Panama city ...
To be honest, the only reason to go to Mexico Beach is to eat at Killer Seafood. Lots of beach but the community ambience is kind a meh. But we didn't care cuz shrimp and key lime pie awaited us after walking for an hour so on the beach. We traveled inland afterwards to Wewakitchka which was essentially mile ...
... and Destin. We looked on our app for an Ask to Park Walmart and although there were several Walmart's along the route we had to go 25 miles further to get to one that would let us stay the night. We were really exhausted from the long day and so quickly set up and went to bed. Reese must have been reading our minds because just as were complaining about the loud and frequent sirens that were racing by, we received an ...
... who had known or worked with Mike throughout
As if on
queue the heavens opened up. We had
driven into Panama City prior to attending the Memorial. The drive from Panama City to the town of
Wewahitchka was to say the least horrendous.
I was in the middle of a huge tropical storm. The volume of water falling from the sky
was unbelievable. It was only 1.30 in
the afternoon, yet ...