Marriott's Legends Edge at Bay Point
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... shop & inside I'm actually sticking to the floor as I walk and I can't even smell any curry. Anyway we order and it's really bad, my vindaloo just tastes of some vinegary chilli although the lamb is Ok & peters chicken is just nasty & it's all really quite expensive. The unfortunate chef, from Nepal, asked Peter what he thought of the food & of course got the answer he wasn't expecting! Back to the hotel and we see a bar next door & it's ...
... at the Days Inn hotel in Panama Beach a while after we had played the game around 3pm which is the earliest time we've arrived anywhere so far on the trip. As it was 3pm here it meant it was 9pm at home so I was able to Skype Mum and Jake skyped his Mum and Dad before they went to bed which was nice to chat to them all. The meet up time for dinner tonight was 6:30pm so we had a few hours to kill so we just watched TV and had a nap before we had to get ready. It's such a shame that ...
... without her pack, but she perked back up quickly and we headed off to the beach. This was Rue's second walk on the beach, and she did great- she stuck close when off leash, didn't really have anything to do with the water, retrieved a few tennis balls, and just seemed to chill out. The fog was supposed to lift this afternoon, but stayed thick and moist all day. The air temps are warm, around 70, and we are all now lounging around as light fades from the ...
... that was loose while Captain Bart gallantly wrestled the waves. At one point, he handed the wheel to First Mate, who quickly handed it back when the wheel spun out of control and caused the boat to list at a 45 degree angle. Things were made even more hectic by the new electrical equipment recently installed. We thought we had it figured out before we left but when we actually had to use it, it was a bit more complicated than expected. We quickly gave up on the GPS ...
Wow, this park has it all! White, sandy beaches with a fishing pier on the Gulf of Mexico side and campsites located on a protected bay on the otherside. We were lucky enough to score one with a sweeping view of the Bay. We inflated our two-man kayak and explored the Grand Lagoon located across the Bay. There were warning signs of alligators and we were watchful! Didn't see any ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking