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TripAdvisor Reviews Legacy Villas Gulfport
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... br> this place was voted in the top ten BBQ rib places on the Travel
Network. So we made a stop mid day and shared 2 servings between the
5 of us. I'm glad we didn't get 5 as they were huge servings. And
delicious, high recommend. Plus there were photos of actors who had
eaten there including Nicholas Cage so we ate where the famous people
The stop for tonight was a toss up
between a Walmart and an RV park. It's still ...
... had found and asked if he thought he would like to visit the place. Well, his eyes lit up like a kid on Christmas morning. Since we’re only here for one night, after checking in, we headed over to the Busted Wrench Garage for a tour. One gentleman owns ALL of the cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles and bicycles in the place, and there’s hardly room to walk between them, but ...
... and operating areas along the way. Again our chosen cruising level was the same as the cloud-base, so frequent descents and climbs were necessary to keep us clear. Ending up at a non-appropriate level elicited a response from a military controller to choose to climb more or descend again, and down we went and enjoyed clear skies for the remainder of the 2:45hr flight.
Our routing took us near Tallahassee and over Chattahoochee and it's amazing how far the panhandle of ...
... obviously the right kind of person to work in customer relations—and I am sure you can trust him implicitly not to give you food poisoning. I enjoyed the chat very much.
We are exhorted not to feed the birds, and if the rangers catch you, they will write you a very expensive ticket, but the scraps are all over the lunch deck and the birds know that food is here. The Laughing Gulls are also very aggressive: one ...
... kept in a handy location. If these items are not on-hand when you need them, you won't use them. That can lead to costly mistakes like missing a road because you didn't want to find your map or roasting your face and then facing painful sun burn for days into a trip (ever try wearing a helmet over a sun-burnt head? - do it once and you will never forget to pack the sun screen where it is handy). On the other hand, things like registration and insurance papers should be kept in a ...