Park Plaza Hotel Tallahassee

415 North Monroe Street, (Formerly Radisson), Tallahassee, Florida, 32301, United States
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149
Very Good
26%
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Average
12%
39
Poor
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Terrible
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  • Solo76
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Travel Tips for Tallahassee

Historical Preservation...good news/bad news

by pchamlis

One of the best things about what's happened in downtown Tallahassee over the last 25 years is the loving restoration many historical homes and businesses. Whereas the downtown Tallahassee of 1965 was nothing to be particular proud of, today's main part of downtown has a lovely turn of the century, and before, charm.

When you see all of these stately downtown homes, one is drawn to the old saying, "they don't build them like that anymore". Comparing some of yesteryear's dwellings to many of today, I'd say the missing ingredient is character. These houses seem to have a dignity about them, and walking around the center of Tallahassee is a most pleasing activity because of the wonderful restoration that's been done and is being done.

And, I was just joking...there really isn't any bad news. I was going to say that the bad news is that most of these lovely homes are now occupied by lawyers' offices. But considering that I have friends who are lawyers, I can't condemn the entire species. ;)

Churches in Tallahassee

by karenincalifornia

I visited Tallahassee on a Sunday, when the city is very quiet, compared to the weekdays when the downtown area is teeming with state government workers. On a peaceful Sunday morning you'll hear church bells ringing from the numerous churches in the downtown area. As I was searching for a peanut brittle store that I had heard about, most other people walking around seemed to be going to or coming from church.

Most, but not all. Not everyone in Tallahassee goes to church on Sunday. Others are content with more secular activities, like taking a walk through nearby Lafayette Park, sitting under a tree, and simply enjoying being in such a natural setting.

bar-be-que

by doug48 about jim & milt's

jim & milt's is a local bar-b-que restaurant located near the fsu football stadium on pensacola street. jim & milt's attracts the college crowd with their low prices. i think their bar-b que is just ok but they offer a really great low priced breakfast.

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY (FSU)

by Antji

It´s a great university with a lot of nice buildings and a lot of green.
There you can go to a huge gym, go to american football stadium (the biggest one that I ever seen and FSU has a very good football team!) or go to baseballgames, go to a swimmingpool. There is so much to visit and see - instead of only studing;)

tallahassee florida

by doug48

"tallahassee"

tallahassee is the capital of the state of florida and the county seat of leon county. the area around tallahassee was first inhabited by native americans thousands of years ago. the term tallahasse is muskogean for "old fields". later the apalachee, creeks, and seminoles lived in the area. in 1538 the spanish explorer hernando de sota passed through talahassee. in 1824 tallahassee was made the capital of florida. this decision was made because tallahassee's location was about half way between the major towns of st. augustine and pensacola. in the 1970's there was talk of moving the capital to orlando in order to be closer to florida's modern population centers. however this plan was not acted upon. florida was part of the confederacy during the civil war and tallahassee was the only southern capital east of the mississippi not to be captured by union troops. today tallahassee is home to florida state university and florida a&m university. these two universities and the state government account for a major portion of tallahassee's economy. there are many natural and historic attractions in the tallahassee area of interest to the tourist. see my things to do tips for many of them. when in north central florida tallahassee is definately worth a visit.

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 Park Plaza Hotel Tallahassee

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Address: 415 North Monroe Street, (Formerly Radisson), Tallahassee, Florida, 32301, United States