Travel Blogs from DeFuniak Springs
... and camp grounds about 4 nights a church, Under an over pass at the R.V dealer and a b&b when we first arived. a few more walmats and we will be back on budget
The state park camp ground like what we are in now cost about $16 per night has water, power Wifi showers. all really well looked after. can still hear the highway and has apache gunships fly over it quite regularly? and alligators
Shell and I left NCL Resort and headed out to our next destination, Falling Waters State Park. The GPS took us to Chipley and then to the park-----well not quite so-----dittzy our GPS (not Shelley) sent us down a red dirt road to the back entrance of the park. We were lucky that the road had just been graded and was passable. We were ...
Monday May 5, 2014
THE ADVENTURE BEGINS; what a beautiful day to start our trip. We traveled north on I-95 then
west on I-10 to exit 85 and then north on US 331. We found a very nice campground about 5 miles north of the town of ...
... is as white as it gets and absolutely fine. Like sugar - but not granulated or cane sugar but super fine icing sugar - my first reaction was that I wanted to lick it (I didn't) because it looked delicious (I'm sure it isn't). Topsail was the first park we stayed in. We'd had our reservations as it was a mile to the beach which, albeit not far, can be a long walk with all the 'stuff' which seems to accompany us these days. Luckily, they had cottoned on to ...
On Wednesday, we met Katherine and Tom and hung out with them until Thursday night. I haven't seen Katherine for over 7 years and we had lots to catch up on. Had lots of laughs and reminiscing. Definitely cannot wait another 7 years next time. Loved meeting Tom and he showed us round the whole area. Yesterday we hung out at their resort pool, went to lunch and then drove down to see Panama City. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility