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    headed to Destin #1172 04/16/08 10:37 AM
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    I'm driving from TX to Destin the first week of June. Can yall give us any pointers on where to eat and what to do out there? We are staying at the RESORTQUEST AT SUNDESTIN BEACH.

    Any pointers??


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    If you like Pizza; Tuscon oven on 9th Ave in Pensacola Fl. Sides lines on Pensacola Beach. Good food and reasonable. China food go to Kings on 9 mile rd.


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    [quote] [Can yall give us any pointers on where to eat /quote]

    Captain Dave's, Pompano Joe's, The Whales Tail and try the Destin Diner for a great breakfast. As far as what to do, all i can say is nothing. We just sit on the deck and and watch the water, very soothing. Oh and a couple of cases of Tecate or Corona's and about 5 lbs of limes, really helps. Best beaches in the US.

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