Saturday, August 4, 2012

Saturday Snapshot

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On my annual trip to Panama City Beach, Florida I look forward to revisiting many old favorite restaurants including Pineapple Willys for the best ribs ever; Boar's Head for a superb steak; Captain Anderson's for the to-die-for crab claws; and the Boatyard for the yummiest and prettiest mojito.  The Boatyard's mojitos are hand muddled and come with a sugar cane stick! I can never drink just one (luckily I have a designated driver to transport me home from the restaurant). Cheers!

12 comments:

  1. It's been years since I've been to Panama City so the only name I recognized is Captain Anderson's. It sounds like it's changed a lot.

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  2. Crab claws!! I need some right now!

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  3. I could use one of those drinks right now! I don't think it's ever going to cool off this summer.

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  4. A good mojito is always a treat!
    Rebecca @ The Key to the Gate

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  5. I don't think I've ever had a mojito, but it looks pretty and sounds interesting.

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  6. One of the best things about traveling for me is the food! :) I have to admit that the sugar can is what calls to me.

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  7. That should be "sugar cane." :) Evidently I'm typing too fast for my computer to keep up.

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  8. Food is important!! I look back on restaurants and such to remember trips. :)

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  9. So good to revisit places you've been to see what's changed (and not changed!) ♫♪

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  10. Mojitos on holidays are the best thing...

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  11. Bet you had a great time -- just catching up. The drink looks like a good thirsty-day drink.

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  12. I've lived in Florida for 25 yrs. and have never visited Panama City. I think you just gave me another vacation destination place to go into the hat.

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