Fairfield Inn & Suites West Palm Beach Jupiter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Never thought i'd be back in florida readying a boat for sea again. Last time was enough. But life throws some funny stuff at you sometimes. After a solid year in Scotland even Florida was looking good.
Our old paragliding mate Craig and his lovely bride Christa have bought a boat. After much searching ( and I do mean a lot) they came upon a giles 38 which was largley unloved but sound. In the price range and lying somewhere warm. Perfect ...
... of direction. It was very amusing. So, off we went in a cloud of smoke and steam to discover Jupiter Island on our own with no one's help!
We trooped along and drove down the moderately winding road...very long road... and passed some pretty swish properties. Some of these expanses have landscaping that, in the hot season, can cost $50,000 per month to maintain. That's just nuts and more than most of us make in a year. In spite of that fact the ...
... We took our chairs and bottle of wine down to Pelican Park and enjoyed the company of some of the other condo residents. It was our first boat parade. The lights on the water, Christmas music, the fireworks display, were great. The nicest thing about this event is that it benefits the US Marines Toys for Tots organization.
Sunday December 7th ...
... write up on the Blowing Rocks Preserve pop up on my Facebook feed one day. I did some research and decided to check it out this past weekend with my friend Alli. I read mixed reviews on when to go...low tide is great because you can see all the rocks and formations. High tide is also beautiful as you can really see the "blowing rocks" or waves ...
... in general and especially loved the keys. We saw lots of new things and learned a lot about a state that we had barely touched, on our 2011 adventure.
Today we headed back to the mainland and a bit north of Palm Beach. The trip was two hundred miles or so and was our first trip where we were never out of traffic. It was definitely not as harrowing as our trip to the racetrack last week or so, but demanded serious attention from the driver, being ...