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    Pensacola Recommendations

    We're heading to Pensacola at the end of the month for a family event. I've never been there. Any recommendations for places to eat or things to do? I've started looking at tripadvisor and other sites but this board is always such a great source for good info.

    TIA

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    One thing to do is to go to the Blue Angels museum -- and to see the show, if they're there! It is totally cool, if you like airplanes! And we found the restaurant at the museum worthwhile, too. There are a bunch of restaurants at the beach, but we haven't been there since Katrina, so I don't know what's still there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LakeMartinGal View Post
    One thing to do is to go to the Blue Angels museum -- and to see the show, if they're there! It is totally cool, if you like airplanes! And we found the restaurant at the museum worthwhile, too. There are a bunch of restaurants at the beach, but we haven't been there since Katrina, so I don't know what's still there.
    Thanks! Great suggestion. That sounds like fun!

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    I would drive a few miles down Gulf Blvd. towards the direction of Navarre. You won't have to travel far before you find a desolate beach that is paradise. You might get lucky and see dolphins and other sea life close to shore. This is pure bliss.

    The picture below is one that I took in the area a couple of years ago at sunrise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gumbeaux View Post
    I would drive a few miles down Gulf Blvd. towards the direction of Navarre. You won't have to travel far before you find a desolate beach that is paradise. You might get lucky and see dolphins and other sea life close to shore. This is pure bliss.

    The picture below is one that I took in the area a couple of years ago at sunrise.

    That's gorgeous! Wow! I'm starting to get excited about this trip.

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