Aquarius Oceanfront Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Now that we were back in Florida, to wait out the remainder of hurricane season, the original idea was that we'd come into Ft. Pierce, stay anchored outside the Harbourtown Marina for one night, check into American waters, get our American Cruising permit and then move on to Vero Beach right away.
We had been through Vero on our way down the ICW and had enjoyed it ...
... of beach dune, coastal strand, maritime hammock and estuarine tidal swamp. These areas provide numerous opportunities for land-based recreation including camping, hiking, biking, picnicking, bird watching and interpretive programs. You can see from the pictures included many of the above activities.
The beach dunes, coastal hammock community and the mangrove shoreline along the ...
Early in the week, we went to Vero Beach Museum of Art to see a Norman Rockwell "Behind the Camera" exhibition;
and there was also a Stuben Crystal exhibit there.
Unfortunately, Greg's knee, which has been hurting him for a week already, was so bad that he couldn't walk around ...
... bank but we just paddled right by him. They go in the water if you stop and look at them.
Wolf spots everything on the water and he's a strong and fast paddler. We got home around 5 and no cornhole tonight.
I am writing this from the laundromat. We are doing laundry while Alex is getting groomed. He is doing great. This place is full of small yappy dogs but Alex" loves" small yappy dogs.
... were practically the only boat on the water which is never a good sign. The channel is easy so we continued on even though we heard our Canadian friend who was still anchored calling for a slip at a marina at Eau Gallie. The wind built from the south, right on the nose again, and was soon steadily above 20 knots. The sky took on a menacing appearance with fast moving ragged clouds from the SW at about 45 degrees to the surface wind. A lot of wind shear and ...