hotelroomWe were based at the Comfort Suites hotel during our visit of Tallahassee.  We came in on a Sunday afternoon.  That’s important information because a home football game was played Saturday at FSU.  That meant we would have had a really tough time finding a place to stay.  In fact, when we checked in, the front desk attendant told us there were 63 rooms in the hotel.  He had 62 people check out that morning.  Imagine that kind of turnaround!  And you can bet every other hotel had a similar story.

momoWe enjoyed Comfort Suites and were surprised at the space in our room.  We had two queen beds and a sitting room with a sofa.  Morning breakfast was free (yep, we made our own waffles!), as was the fitness center (no, we did not squeeze in a work out), wi-fi, and a complete business center if we needed to send a fax or didn’t bring our own computer (um, my computer goes with me everywhere!).
 The Comfort Suites hotel was centrally located and the front desk was priceless with their advice on where to eat and what to see.  Yes, we had an official itinerary that included visits to the Capitol building and FSU’s campus, but we always like to get the local’s opinion on what not to miss.  The gem on this trip was a local pizza joint that served the biggest slices of pizza I have ever seen.  Ever.  If you get to Tallahassee, go to MoMo’s Pizza. Yum.

(Note to the reader: My family was invited by the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau to visit Tallahassee.  Some of our expenses were covered. My opinion of what we did and saw is my own and I was not compensated for the review.)