Mariner Beach Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... The sand was lovely and white and the sea was very hot. It is the Mexican gulf sea so that is probably why. In fact it was so hot it was warmer than outside. It was like a jacuzzi. So we swam in it for a while till we were too hot and had to sit in the sun to cool us down haha. After around maybe two hours a big cloud came over and it looked like it was going to rain. So we left the beach early and went back to the silly lady to give her her money. We went to ...
... interrogation when someone was good and ready. We had one heavily accented 78 year old lady in a wheelchair as our sole company. Terrorism has many faces. With all this time on our hands, I found myself thinking about our country, the countries we'd just visited and specifically the people in them. We had many conversations with many different people about all of the respective countries, people running them and what the future might hold. I suppose that since we were ...
... friends Mike and Diane Pierce and had a great couple of days with them. We had a tour of some of the outrageously large and spectacular homes on the beach side, one owned by Rosie O'Donnell ( forgot to take a pic).
Did a short walk on Siesta Beach and then a stop at S.K.O.B. ( Siesta Key Oyster Bar) was in order. This establishment has a good reputation and is also known for ...
... got up to get a closer view when the horned looking chum peeled out of a crack and darted under the hood of the stove. Here came Jessica out of the bedroom unbelieving what I witnessed. The Gecko peaked out from under the range so Jessica could be proven by his beady eyes. Both of us were mainly finished packing but we would need to bypass the lizard to get to the bathroom to get the rest of our stuff. We walked past numerous lizards outside ...
... There was no moon or stars visible for most of the night. The moon was just a sliver whenever it revealed itself but when the stars appeared, they shone with breathtaking clarity that dazzled the eyes. For the most part, there was just a darkness so thick and profound it swallowed you up and made you feel small and insignificant. There was nothing but the sound of the boat engines and water slapping against the sides. After a very short while, the water got a bit more ...