Bayfront Inn 5th Ave
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we took shuttle from Coconut Plantation office building to Marina then taken Beach Ferry to Big Hickory Beach (private). The facilities was outstanding, with tight security (entrance required room key, restroom also require a magnetic card to enter). Having seen lot of birds along the way to the Island, they were Osprey, Pelican, on the beach we found Willet, Sandpiper and Sea Gulls In the afternoon Chirapa and Pairin spent time in the swimming pool and play ...
... have a sense of dieting, so you try not to eat too much. You open the bag up and grab some chocolate and close it immediately trying to have some restraint. But you’re right backing opening the food just seconds later. And you really think when you’re closing the bag that will be it. The intention is really not to come back to it for some time. You don’t want to leave the bag open because that means you’ll eat too much. ...
We had heard that Venetian Village was a great place to visit in Naples. Here the super rich come to wander the shops, be seen in their Tommy Bahama outfits and then retire to their waterfront condos. Amazing wealth, just staggering. Not like anything on Cape Cod.
Later in the day went to Clam Pass Park. A fantastic mile long board walk through mangroves leads to a super small and crowed beach. Not a place we would go to spend the day at the ...
... in that store for years just picking everything up and playing with it. I was tempted to buy an ornament but resisted as it was a pretty expensive store. A local told us there was going to be a boat parade that evening so as the sun set we walked toward the docks and joined all the people waiting to see the boats covered in Christmas lights. It was a fun mix of huge dinner boats, private yachts, and little fishing boats all decorated by their owners. It was a little ...
... t run into any alligators or panthers though, which was a bonus. Coopertown officially has a population of 8 people, but it's on the side of a major highway so it wasn't the backwater shack that I thought it would be. We'd paid up and were ushered into a room where we got to have our picture taken against a green screen. The idea was we would be super imposed onto a scene of us feeding Chris' (who was celebrating his 31st birthday today) head into a ...