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This small museum explores the history of Pensacola through a variety of exhibits. The Army/Navy Gallery exhibits the region’s close association and long history with those branches of the military. The Maritime Gallery visits Pensacola’s rich seafaring culture, which includes the area’s primary industry, fishing. The Multicultural Gallery and Native American Gallery explore the rich and varied cultures of West Florida. Children will gravitate to the third floor exhibit, where they can explore the history of the area by playing in a make believe fort, ship, or Native American village. Admission is free.
If you’ve ever found yourself hooked on a film trilogy, then you know the excitement of watching multiple movies that all trace the progression of a memorable set of characters. After all, if you enjoy a film’s story and characters – what could be more enjoyable than following that film with two more flicks set in the same environment? Below are a few of the greatest movie trilogies to ever hit the big screen. Consider them next time you're planning a movie night at home at NAS Pensacola Homes.
With 2013 right around the corner, we would like to share with you a few Communications updates for Balfour Beatty Communities. Over the next couple of months we will be unveiling new, redesigned websites for all Installations. With the launch, we will introduce a new blog and other communications features as part of the websites, giving you one online location for all news, messages and other information from Balfour Beatty Communities.
Things to look forward to:
Detailed information regarding the new websites will be provided post-launch. Stay tuned!
While Pensacola’s Grape Garden doesn’t look like much from the street, locals rave about the excellent Americanized Chinese cuisine on offer inside. If you’re looking for authenticity, this isn’t the restaurant for you, but they do offer very well-flavored takes on Chinese favorites. Regulars rave about the General Tso’s chicken, fried to perfection and coated with a sweet, spicy sauce that tantalizes the palate. Other dishes that prove popular include the house special fried rice, which is loaded with meat and vegetables, as well as the Mongolian beef, which can pack a peppery kick. Portion sizes are large and they use high-quality ingredients, with diners raving about the large shrimp especially. Prices are incredibly reasonable, especially for lunch specials, and they deliver.
It’s important to help the environment however you can, and small changes can help you do so right from your home at NAS Pensacola Homes. If you find the waste from traditional cosmetics to be a little excessive, check out these five great beauty products that are made with environmental safety in mind.
John Masters Organics is one of the most dependable producers of green beauty supplies, and many people rave about their sea salt sprays. These sprays give your hair a classic beachy look, and their combination of sea salt and lavender protects and hydrates your locks.
Burt’s Bees has made a great reputation for themselves as producers of high-quality lotions and other products. If you want an alternative to traditional alcohol-based hand sanitizers, try their excellent aloe and witch hazel-based product. It kills germs and leaves your hands feeling soft.
The German-made Dr. Hauschka products are very popular among skin care experts, and for good reason. Their rose day cream is made with natural rose petal extracts, and rose wax plus marsh mallow root strengthen and hydrate delicate skin.
To tone and clear up unsightly bags under your eyes, try 100% Pure Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream. Caffeine is a natural tightener, and it constricts blood vessels and makes skin clearer and smoother.
Makeup tools are also made with care for the future of the Earth. The brushes and sponges made by the EcoTools company are crafted from cruelty-free hair on bamboo bodies and natural, recyclable materials and come in a reusable storage pouch.
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