Topsail Hill State Park , Santa Rosa Beach. A tram runs from the cabins to miles of white sandy beaches. One-bedroom bungalows are located within Gregory E. Moore RV campground near the tram stop. Available for weekly or monthly rental, each bungalow is fully furnished and equipped with all appliances, cable TV and linens. Each bungalow has a full kitchen, bathroom and living room. There's a sleeper sofa in the living area. Cabins accommodate up to six people with two bedrooms and two baths and a full kitchen. Price: $100 to $120 per night.
Rosa Parks was a seamstress in Montgomery, Alabama. One December day, almost 50 years ago, Rosa got on the bus to go to work. She took a seat in the first row of the section in the back of the bus that was reserved for black people like Rosa.
A short time later, the bus stopped to pick up another passenger. A white person wanted to get on the bus, but there no more seats at the front of the bus, which was reserved for white people. The driver asked Rosa to move to the back of the bus so the white person could sit down. But Rosa would not move.
News of Rosa's refusal to give up her seat spread quickly through Montgomery. Just a few days later black people across the city stopped riding the bus. They walked to work instead. The bus company lost lots of money because only white people rode the bus.
Black people in Montgomery walked to work for almost a year. Finally, the rules were changed. The new rules let black people sit in any seat on the bus. Black people in Montgomery had Rosa to thank for the new bus rules.