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Need an inexpensive beach destination in the FL panhandle for older ladies

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My mother (79) was recently widowed. She and her friend (also a widow, 78) would like to walk on a beach "one more time before they die." Actually, I don't think that either of them is near death, but I would love to help facilitate the vacation. Neither is rolling in money. They are mobile but walk fairly slowly, would not want to handle a lot of stairs. They aren't looking for night life.

I would just like to find them a nice beachfront condo to share for a few days in the off season. The Florida panhandle seems ideal.

Any ideas for which town, any particular condo development?

Thank you in advance for your thoughts.

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