Perfect Drive Golf Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we have noticed - "everyone is an expert, and they must be at least 400 years old to know how things should be done". It is amazing the number of people we have overheard in a restaurant talking between themselves about the deficiencies in the meal quality, or service, or prices. The amazing thing about this though, is that they appear to still give the waitresses a tip. I thought the basis of the tipping system is if you are not ...
Left from Laguardia Airport yesterday and arrived West Palm Beach Airport. Nick was naming the roads he could spot in Martin and Palm Beach County from the air as we were landing. Many families from town were on our flight. The first thing Jack said when we got off was "I'm finally ...
... the way up to Fort Pierce, sometimes having the waterways on our left & the ocean on our right, some absolutely amazing houses & lots of high rise apartments in different area. It was a beautiful drive, stopped at one place to have lunch & Ray was going to go for a swim but it was a little rough & there were no lifesavers. Camped at Walmart for the night, there would be at least 15 RV's here ...
... to see that the marina and the fuel dock was in a long straight canel that was not 45 feet wide. No way to turn around. We knew to begin with that we would have to back out, if we went in..........we went in. We had to. No place to get fuel anywhere else....or a hamburger!
We did get the fuel and hamburger and guess what....Rara backed out perfectly. I knew he would and I think he was never worried about it. Only me. It was a bit hairly ...
... under the boat as we slid down the waves. Came through Port Everglades very smoothly and headed for 17th Street Brooks Memorial Bridge – our first of the next 15 or so bridges.
The inlet was crowded with all kinds of boats; deep sea fishing boats, commercial boats, large yachts, small yachts, fishing boats and skiffs as well as sailboats all vying for the same piece of water! We decided to go under Brooks Bridge rather than request ...