Aquarius Oceanfront Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... If you want quiet relaxation time with comfort then this is a place you have to visit. Vera and I truly enjoyed our stay. The only negative experience that we had is that our stay was too short; we could have enjoyed a second and third night :o)
We took Connie (my motorcycle) up to Vero Beach. Connie was very happy to get out again; it's been a ...
It's been a great week here in Vero Beach - Sunshine Travel is a very nice Encore Park -
wide sites, concrete pads, a warm pool, and very friendly people!
Add to that being only a 10 minute drive from the beaches, and a week of temps in the 80's, and it's about as close to heaven as ...
It's Monday and we are scheduled to leave on Tuesday March 1, 2011. This past week has been fun. The most exciting adventure was the shuttle launch. My intention was to take pictures and video but when Discovery took off I was so mesmerized that I just stared at the fireball heading up into the sky and totally forgot about photographs. I have great pictures of the crowd, which was awesome. Tho one thing that struck me was absolutely no police. ...
Well we have been here for 6 days and I feel like a "regular". This place is just like home, except the weather is better. The people here are very neighborly. Most days around 4 the next door neighbors bring out the corn hole game and everyone gathers around and plays.
This week we went to Melbourne beach and Sebastian Inlet State Park. Both are really beautiful and we can't wait to go back. We also ...
... 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 ...