Keely’s Doll Vacation

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Downtown Pensacola, Pelicans pay tribute to our military and their families.

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Downtown Pensacola, Pelicans pay tribute to our military and their families.
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Parts of Pensacola show off the old French architecture like the French Quarter in New Orleans.
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Parts of Pensacola show off the old French architecture like the French Quarter in New Orleans.
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Tristan de Luna Y Arellano established the first Spanish settlement here in 1559, ahead of Jamestown and St. Augustine.
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Tristan de Luna Y Arellano established the first Spanish settlement here in 1559, ahead of Jamestown and St. Augustine.
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Brand new Baseball park for the brand new minor league team the Blue Wahoos.
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Pre civil war chimney is all that remains of a saw mill. Lumber was a big part of the economy in that time.
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Seafood is a big part of the Pensacola economy today. Part of the “Joe Patti” fleet.
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Inside Joe Patti’s is a seafood lovers paradise. Very busy, all the time.
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Pelicans can be found along the docks and waterfront.
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Pelicans can be found along the docks and waterfront.
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Pelicans can be found along the docks and waterfront.
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Pelicans can be found along the docks and waterfront.
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Pelicans can be found along the docks and waterfront.
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Pelicans can be found along the docks and waterfront.
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Pelicans can be found along the docks and waterfront.
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Pensacola home for the Pensacola Naval Air Station and the Aviation Museum. Inside the museum.
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Fort Barrancas overlooking Pensacola Bay and the gateway to the outside world served as the lock on the gate from potential foreign invaders. Built by Spain in 1698, was later occupied by French, British, and American Confederate.
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Fort Barrancas overlooking Pensacola Bay and the gateway to the outside world served as the lock on the gate from potential foreign invaders. Built by Spain in 1698, was later occupied by French, British, and American Confederate.
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Fort Barrancas overlooking Pensacola Bay and the gateway to the outside world served as the lock on the gate from potential foreign invaders. Built by Spain in 1698, was later occupied by French, British, and American Confederate.
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Pensacola home for the Pensacola Naval Air Station and the Aviation Museum. Inside the museum.

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