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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can use the sun's energy to make sugar which becomes food for the fungus. The fungus absorbs water and nutrients from the soil and air for the alga. Who knew -- totally fascinating! And as you can see from the last picture, Sassy and Odie are totally at home in our trailer -- we have two recliner chairs and they have each claimed one! Oh well -- it's much better to have happy kitties than mad ...
... order Fresnel lens is still in use today, and is maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard as an active aid to navigation. We were also able to spend some time with one of Dan's nieces and her husband, Kim and Rob Carroll, who live near Pensacola in Pace, FL. A fantastic day, but we were both tired by the time we got back to our trailer -- guess we're not as young as we think!
... now staying. It's a small world! Today we drove into Destin to Home Depot for a water regulator gauge and a grill propane hose -- not especially fun, but necessary. Then on to Henderson Beach State Park to walk on the beautiful white sand beach -- got our 10,000 steps in and enjoyed every minute of it. Gulf beaches are probably the most beautiful in the world -- or at least we think ...
... the Vietnam was ending the Vietnamese people were trying to get out of the country. An US Navy Aircraft was airlifting people to the ship by helicopter until they had all they could get. After starting off they noticed a small Vietnamese plane trying to land on board. With so many aircraft onboard there was no way until they dumped some off the runway into the ocean. ...
... wrought iron. The streets were full of fortune tellers and buskers, art galleries and antique shops. We particularly loved the skiffle bands on the street corners. New Orleans is a happening place.
One of the highlights was lunch at Antoine’s Restaurant, the oldest and one of the classiest places in town. It opened in 1840 and is still owned by the same family. Picture an opulent dining area ...