Crystal Palms Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Spent the day with the realtor in Venice. We now know this drive of an hour down and an hour back, by heart. Saw 6 properties, 3 of which would be great EXCEPT... The little gray house in our realtor's neighborhood. Beautifully redone inside, could be bought with the furniture, has a pool, you can walk/bike to the beach BUT the price is close to $300,000 and the neighborhood is very mixed. Some properties are a little run down, while others have had some updating and it ...
... off to find a Michael's for some supplies to craft with all these shells. So far I've covered a wooden letter C with shells, made a picture frame for all 4 kids and built a tree with shells. And there are still plenty of shells left. We have signed up to rent a little house here for next January. 3 br 2 bath with a pool and fenced in yard. I am surprised that Paul is willing to come back but I think he knows he now has some tennis friends, the ...
We're now further up the coast in St. Pete's Beach, FL. Sunny Florida has gone a bit cool on us with cloudy skies. We walked on the beautiful St. Pete's beach every day, sometimes twice a day, and generally relaxed, reading and watching tv. This is a summer vacation town and there's not much else to do here, especially in the off season.
After a couple days, we drove north to the Florida panhandle, staying for the weekend in ...
Who's ever heard of Busch Gardens? It's an hour away from Orlando, near Tampa in fact, and doesn't have the brand or prestige of Disney or Universal but it has two of the best roller coasters we came across. It presents itself as a combination of theme park and zoo, with a large area given over to African 'savannah'. It was neat to see giraffes galloping along with plenty of space; we weren't ...
... straight to the door. It looks like the Dunedin railway station times about four, with Moorish minarets. It had one of the first American golf courses. Mr Plant had to bring over a genuine Scotsman to teach visitors how to do it. There was also lots of wildlife to hunt - the record was 500 birds in one outing and they had to put a 'no shooting' sign on the balcony so people didn't shoot from their rocking chairs. The museum is only one part of the building and a ...