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Gulf Coast - Scenic Route 30A & Panama City, Florida
June 2008
On Monday, after the dolphin cruise we we drove to Panama City and had a delicious lunch of fried alligator & slipper tail lobster at Schooners which is right on the beach. We also drove along Scenic Route 30A and stopped in Seaside and WaterColor.

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4-38 WaterColor 4-41 Alys Beach 4-42 Alys Beach
The WaterColor vacation community in Santa Rosa is a colorful place
Decorative structures and palm trees give the Alys Beach resort a different look
Palm trees line the road as you pass through the Alys Beach resort
4-46 Floridelphia Restaurant 4-49 View From Schooners 4-50 View From Schooners
I thought this was funny; a Philadelphia themed cheesesteak place.
This was the view from our table at Schooners beach bar! That's the Gulf
This was the view from our table at Schooners beach bar! That's the Gulf.
4-52 View From Schooners 4-53 Fried Alligator 4-56 Table at Schooner
This was the view from our table at Schooners beach bar! That's the Gulf.
I had some fried alligator at Schooners beach bar!
Our table at Schooners beach bar!
4-58 Schooners Restaurant 4-59 WaterColor Homes 4-61 WaterColor Clock
We had a delicious lunch and a phenomenal view at Schooners. Oh, and the waitress had a cool London accent which you don't expect in Florida.
The WaterColor vacation community in Santa Rosa is a colorful place
The town clock in the WaterColor vacation community in Santa Rosa
4-63 WaterColor Streetlight 4-64 Covered Bridge 4-65 Seaside Homes
The street lamps in WaterColor actually have shades
I even spotted a covered bridge in Florida along Route 30A. OK, so it's actually just a covered people bridge but I'll take what I can get.
More colorful homes in Seaside, Florida
4-66 Seaside Shops 4-68 Mom in Seaside
Seaside has a little group of shacks where artists sell their wares.
My mother wasnted to take this purple chair home, but we didn't think it would fit in the overhead compartment

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