Beachpoint Resort Cottages
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... the air con on them made it arctic conditions we did buy a jumper for Graham and a scarf for me the mall was a bit down market but did buy a great fitting pair of trousers in H&M also did have the best presented meal there in Ruby Tuesdays restaurant. Our first evening here sat at the bar with Joan & Kathy who asked our options of the ...
... we wanted to purchase one and were told to go to the church. A kind lady gave us a handful and she received a 10-euro donation for the church. The night was finished with packing for tomorrow’s departure when, to our immense surprise and delight, we heard stupendous explosions on our rooftop! The Festa del Santo Nome ...
... places and met some memorable folks along the way. What memories to treasure! And thank you to all that have followed our travels! We just loved it that you were interested enough to travel along.
....till our next adventure~
Good thoughts and loving wishes coming your way~
Jim & Jody
... island seems to have a lot of very funky beach bars, live music, European-style pubs and intimate cafes. Siesta Key is also home to a thriving colony of artists and writers...seems everybody enjoys the island's friendly and laid-back ambiance.
As in Englewood, they have a Sunday evening Drum Circle. All kinds of people get together one hour before sunset in this ritual event, creating an atmosphere similar ...
... from the City Pier and the other 4 taking the tiki roof golf cart taxi back home. We willfully violated the 10 PM curfew on noisy activities by waiving them past White Ave. Beach walking and ocean frolics seemed to be the activities we enjoyed the most with my new pedometer regularly exceeding 10,000 steps, our unstated goal for each day. Even Annette braved the inky deep of the icy Atlantic, no it was really the foamy shore of the Luke warm Gulf. See photographic evidence ...