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Travel Blogs from Siesta Key
... Jerry and Diane. We cruised the poolside bar, and had cocktails and nibbles on the atrium astro turf and then slinked back to our much lower rent motel. I really miss my RSGC expense account. Certainly got my $50 worth of hospitality though.
Back on AMI, we re-connected with Rick and Ardeth and family. The planned Blue jays game was a total wash out, thunderstorms and rain driving us under the tent at the ...
Paul has played a few times at a local course called Oyster Creek but he has been itching to play some of the "nicer" courses nearby.
Two of these courses are Boca Royale and Riverwood. Both get excellent ratings and Riverwood is rated 15th in the entire state of Florida.
Riverwood is a Golf Digest 4 1/2 star course that is truly unique as a result of its design features, natural beauty and varying challenges. (so ...
... and the Intracoastal
The entrance sign says it is
certified as a "Blue Wave" beach by the Clean Beaches Council. Not sure exactly what this means but it was a different beach than many of the others in that it was more natural and certainly more rugged.
Heavy surf, lots of sandpipers and ring necked gulls. We plan to stop again and maybe try to find a shark tooth or two.
... halfway to Naples, to meet the other half of our yearly "golf friends" trip. Parisis (Pennsylvania) and us (native and future North Carolina) met Schmidts (Michigan) and Merritts (South Carolina) for cocktails and dinner. Had a great time, beautiful day. We re-fight the War of Northern Aggression every year at a different location - the girls all enjoy each others' company, and the guys love to golf together. It is a highlight of the year!
... naps for me and soaking my feet in the water. Next stop Boynton Beach about an hour north of Miami. Thomas helped his uncle and Mecca and I relaxed. I surprised M with her first professional pedicure for her birthday. Spent the day at Delray Beach. Very cute town with lots of shops and restaurants. We took the new highway (75 aka Alligator Alley) west through the Everglades. A beautiful drive with lots of scenery but no place to get out ...